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REYNOLDS "OR1CAL 

GENEALOGY COLLECTION 



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in 2013 



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MASSACHUSETTS 
REGISTER — 1802 



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THE 

MASSA CHUSETTS 

REGISTER 

AND 

_U,NITED_STATES CALENDAR ; 

For the. Year of our LORD 

1802 

and Tven ty-Sixth of American Independence 

con taining 

Civil, Ecclesiastical, Judicial, and Military Lists in 

MASSACHUSETTS 

Associations, and Corporate Institutions, for 
literary, agricultural, and charitable Purposes, 

also 

Catalogues of the Officers of the 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT 

With its several Departments and Establishments; 
The Executive Governments in each State; 
The Public Du ties .Revenue, &c. 

USEFUL TABLES, 
And a Variety of other interesting Articles. 

1 i 



BOSTON 



7 8 8 3 5V f 



Printed by Manning & Loring 
Sold by JOHN WEST, No. 75 Cornhill and by 
MANNING & LORING, No. 2, Cornhill 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT IN MASSACHUSETTS 

Governors from the first settlement 
Legislative body by counties 
Public Notaries 
Deputies 

SOCIETIES AND ASSOCIATIONS £019110 

BANKS 

JUSTICES, CORONERS, ATTORNIES 

PROFESSORS AND TRUSTEES 

MINISTERS 

REVENUE OFFICERS AND INSPECTORS 

OFFICERS OF MASSACHUSETTS MILITIA 

TOWN OFFICERS IN BOSTON 

PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS IN BOSTON 

THE UNITED STATES CALENDAR 

Senators, Representatives, Judiciary 

Ministers of the U.S. abroad 

Ministers to the U.S. 

Internal Revenue Officers 

Governors of the states and Terrirories 

INNKEEPERS ON THE ROADS FROM BOSTON 



MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER 
1802 



Originally printed asi The Massachusetts Register and United States 
Calendar for the Year of our Lord 1802, and twenty sixth of American 
Independence. Containing Civil, Ecclesiastical, Judicial, and Military 
Lists in Massachusetts » Associations, and Corporate Institutions for 
literary, agricultural, and charitable purposes. Also catalogues of 
the Officers of the General Government, with its several Departments 
and Duties, Revenue, &c. Useful Tables, and a variety of other in- 
teresting Articles. 
Printed 1802 by Manning & Loring, Boston. 

Reprinted 1978 with all the names listed in the original book, with 
INDEX added. Assisting with typing and indexing were Mmes. Elynore 
Barton, Winifred Beames, Jean Denton, Martha Fuller, Dorothy Hall, 
Dorthie Kirkpatrick, Billie LeBlanc, Thoren Meyers, Dolores Mitchell, 
Dorothy L. Moore, Ruth W. O'Connor, Lois Schultz, Charlotte Smith, 
June Spencer, and Marie C. White. Index typed by Mrs. Betty Pointer. 
Olive W. FitzGerald, Editor. 



ORANGE COUNTY CALIFORNIA GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 
P.O. BOX 1587, OR ANTE, CA 92668 
1978 



The 
MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER 
Governors, etc. - since the first Settlement 
Plymouth and Massachusetts 



of 



Governors of Plymouth Colony, from 1620 to 1692, 
elected by the People for 71 Years. 



John Carver, 
William Bradford, 



Edward Wins low, 
Thomas Prince , 



Josiah Winslow, 
Thomas Hinkley. 



Massachusetts Governors, from 1628 to 1692, 
elected by the People. 

(The Figures shew the number of years each governed. ) 



Govern ors . 



1 

13 

3 

1 



Mathew Cradock* 

John Winthrop 

Thomas Dudley 

John Haynes 

Sir Henry Vane 
10 Richard Bellingham 
16 John Endicot 

John Leverett 

Simon Brads tree t 

*Chosen in England. 

Sir Edmund Andross' , appointed by K 



6 
11 



Deputy Governors . 
1 Thomas Goffe* 
16 Thomas Dudley 

1 Roger Ludlow 

12 Richard Bellingham 
3 John Winthrop 
k John Endicot 
6 Francis WiJloughby 

2 John Leverett 
6 Samuel Symonds 

James, 3 years. 



Governors after Plymouth and Massachusetts were united, 
appointed by the Kinds of England. 

Governors . 

1692 Sir William Phips 

1699 Richard Earl Bellamont 

1702 Joseph Dudley 

1716 Samuel Shute 

1728 William Barnett 

17^0 Jonathan Belcher 

17^0 William Shirley 

1757 Thomas Pownal 

I76O ^ir Francis Bernard 

1770 Thomas Hutchinson 

177^ General Thomas Gage 

Interregnum 5 years, till the Massachusetts Consitution took 
place, the 25th of October, I78O. 



Lieut 


enant Governors. 


1692 


William Stoughton 




(to 1700 


1702 


Thomas Povey 


1711 


William Tailer 


1716 


William Dummer 


1730 


William Tailer 


1732 


Spencer Phips 


1758 


Thomas Hutchinson 




(to 1770 


1770 


Andrew Oliver 


177^ 


Thomas Oliver 



Governors . 
1780 John Hancock, to 1785 
1785 James Bowdoin, 2 years 
1787 John Hancock to 1793 
179^ Samuel Adams 
1797 Increase Sumner, 2 years 



Lieutenant Governors . 
1780 Thomas Cushing 

1788 Benjamin Lincoln 

1789 Samuel Adams 

(to 179^ 
179 2 * Moses Gill, to 1800 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT IN MASSACHUSETTS, 
For the Political Year, commencing May, 1801, and ending 

May, 1802. 

His Excellency CALEB STRONG, Esq. LL.D 
Governor and Commander in Chief. 
His Honor SAMUEL PHILLIPS, Esq. Lieut. Governor. 

COUNCIL 

Hon. Oliver Wendell, Nathan Cushing, Josiah Bartlett, 

Stephen Choate , Alex. Campbell, John Read, 

John Hastings, Daniel Bigelow, John Bliss. 

LEGISLATIVE BODY . 
The SENATE. 
The Hon. DAVID COBB, Eaq. President. 
George E. Vaughan, Clerk. 
Rev. Dr. Thatcher, Chaplain. 

Suffolk — Hon. James Bowdoin, William Tudor, Jonathan L. 
Austin, Esquires. 

Essex — Hon. John Treadwell, Nathaniel Marsh, Enoch 
Titcomb, Jacob Crowninshield, Esquires. 

Middlesex — Hon. Jonathan Maynard, Aaron Hill, 
William Hildreth, William Hull, Esquires. 

Hampshire — Hon. Samuel Fowler, Thomas Dwight , Ebenezer 
Hunt, Hugh McLellan, Esquires. 

York — Hon. Simon Frye , John Lord, Esquires. 

Plymouth , Dukes County , and Nantucket — Hon. Isaac 
Thompson, Beza Hayward, Benjamin Allen, Esquires. 

Bristol — Hon. Elisna May, Josiah Deane , Esquires. 

Barnstable — Hon. John Dillingham, Esq. 

Worcester ■ — Hon. Josiah Stearns, Salem Towne , Elijah 
Brigham, Bezaleel Taf t , Thomas Hale, Esquires. 

Cumberland - — Hon. Stephen Longfellow, Woodbury Storer, 
Esquires. 

Lincoln . Hancock , Washington , and Kennebeck — Hon. 
Nathaniel Dimmer, Esquires. 

Berkshire — Hon. Tompson J. Skinner, Barnabas Bidwell, 
Esquires. 

Norfolk — Hon. Benjamin Hitchborn, William Aspinwall, 
John Ellis, Esquires. 

HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES ^ 

Hon EDWARD H. ROBBINS , Speaker. 
Henry Warren, Esq. Clerk. 
Rev. Thomas Baldwin, Chaplain. 

County of SUFFOLK . 
Date of Incorporation. 

1630, Sept. 7. BOSTON, Charles Jarvis , 

Benjamin Austin, jun. 
David Tilden, 
Nathaniel Fellows, 
George Blake, 
James Prince, 



Date of Incorporation. 

1635, Sept. 2. Hingham, 
1644, May 29. Hull, 
1738, Jan 10. Chelsea, 



Nathan Rice 



1630, 


Sept. 7. 


1630, 


Sept. 28. 


1635, 


Sept. 2. 


1636, 


Sept. 8. 


1640, 


May 13. 


1650, 


May 22. 


1784, 


July 7. 


1662, 


May 7. 


1673, 


Oct. 15. 


1705, 


Nov. 13. 


1711, 


Nov. 5. 


1713, 


Oct. 24. 


1719, 


Nov. 27. 


1724, 


Dec. 10. 


1720, 


Dec. 22. 


1765, 


June 2-. 


1770, 


April 26. 


1778, 


March 2. 


1778, 


June 10. 


1792, 


Feb. 23. 



County of NORFOLK . 

Dorchester, John Howe, 

Perez Morton. 

Roxbury, Ebenezer Seaver, 

Joseph Heath, 

William Brewer. 

Weymouth, Asa White. 

Dedham, Isaac Bullard 

Ebenezer Fisher. 

Braintree , Ebenezer Thayer. 

Medfield &.) , . _ 

„ \ John Baxter. 

Dover, ) 

Milton, Edward H. Robbins. 

Wentham, Nathan Comstock. 

Brookline , Stephen Sharp. 

Needham, Jonathan Kingsbury. 

Medway, Moses Richardson. 

Bellingham, Laban Bates. 

Walpole , William Bacon. 

St ought on, Lemuel Gay. 

Sharon, Jonathan Billings. 

Cohasset, Thomas Lothrop. 

Franklin, John Boyd. 

Foxborough, 

Canton, Joseph Bemis. 



1628, Sept. 13. 



1634, Aug. 5. 



1635, May 6. 



1637, 


Nov. 


1639, 


May 22, 


1639, 


Sept. 4. 


l64o, 


Oct. 7. 


1643, 


May 10. 


1645, 


May 14. 


1646, 


May 6. 


1645, 


& 1648. 


1649, 


May 2. 


1650, 


Oct. 18. 


1668, 


April 29. 


1668, 


Oct. 14. 


1675, 




1685, 


Aug. 12. 



County of ESSEX 

SALEM, Ebenezer Beckford, 

Benjamin Pickman, jun. 
William Prescott. 
IPSWICH, Nathaniel Wade, 
Joseph Swazey, 
Jonathan Cogswell. 
Newbury, Josiah Little, 
Joseph Newell. 

ynn (James Robinson. 
Lynnfield, ) 

Gloucester, John Rowe . 

Rowley, Moody Spafford. 

Salisbur, Samuel March. 

Wenham, 

Manchester, 

And over, Thomas Kittredge. 

Haverhill, Francis Carr. 

Marblehead, Elisha Story, 

Joshua Prentiss. 

Topsfield, 

Amesbury, Christopher gent 

Beverly, Moses Brown, 

Jame s Burnham , 
John Stephens, 

Bradford, Nathaniel Thurston 

Boxford, Thomas Perley. 



Date of Incorporation. 
1725 Dec. 8. 
1728, June 20. 
1757, June 16. 
1764, Jan 28. 



1793, June 21. 



Methuen, William Russ 

Middle ton, 

Danvers, Gideon Foster 

NEWBURY- William Coombs, 
PORT, Jonathan Marsh, 

William Bartlett, 
Ge orge Bradbury 

Hamilton 

County of MIDDLESEX . 



Date 
1629 
1630 
1630 
1633 

1635 
1639 
1642 
1644 
l6k9 
1655 
1655 
1660 

1673 
1789 
1674 
1683 

1691 
1700 
1701 
1712 
1712 
1715 
1715 
1724 

1725 
1729 
1729 
1730 
1732 
1734 

1735 
1780 

1737 
1753 
1753 
1764 

1767 
1780 
1781 
1799 



of Incorporation, 
June 24. 
Sept. 7. 
Sept. 28. 
Sept. 8. 

Sept. 2. 
Sept. 4. 
May 18. 
May 29. 
May 2, 
May 29. 
May 29. 
May 31. 
Oct. 15. 
June 22, 
May 27. 
May 16. 

Dec. 15. 
June 25 . 
Feb. 26. 
Jan . 1 . 
March 20. 
Dec. 3. 
Dec. 13. 
Dec. 3. 
Dec. 17. 
Sept. 23. 
Sept. 29. 
Sept. 25. 
June 29. 
Dec. 23. 
July 3. 
April 28. 
Jan. 4. 
Jan . 5 . 
April 6. 
April 19. 
March 6. 
April 10. 
Feb. 19. 
Feb. 28. 



Charles town, Thomas Harris. 

Watertown, William Hunt. 

Medford.., Nathaniel Hall. 

Cambridge, Jeduthun Willington, 

Joseph Bartlett. 

CONCORD, Joseph Chandler. 

Sudbury, Jonathan Rice. 

Wedburn, Loammi Baldwin. 

Reading, James Bancroft. 

Maiden, Jonathan Oakes. 

Billerica, Oliver Crosby. 

Chelmsford, William Adams. 

Marlborough, Jonathan Weeks. 

Dunstable and) T . „.,, 
«. v. x. \ John Pitts. 

Tyagsborough, ) 

Sherburne, Daniel Whitney. 

Stow and ) „, , „, ., 
»,, , < Charles Whitman. 
Boxborough, ) 

Newtown, Timothy Jackson. 

Framingham , 

Dracut , 

Westown, John Slack. 

Lexington, Joseph Simonds. 

Littleton, Daniel Kimball. 

Hopkinton, Timothy Shepard. 

Holliston, Ephraim Littlefield. 

StonehanL, 

West ford, Abel Boynton. 

Bedford, 

Wilmington, 

Townsend, John Campbell. 

Tewkesbury, William Simonds. 

Acton and ) T _ , 
~ , . , ( Jonas Brooks. 
Carlisle, ) 

Waltham, Abner Sanderson. 

Shirley, 

Pepperel, Joseph Heald. 

Lincoln, Samuel Hoar. 

Ashby, 

East-Sudbury, Jacob Reeves, 

Natick, 

Burlington. 



COUNTY OF HAMPSHIRE 



Date 


of Incorpo 


1635 




1661 


, May 22, 


1669 


, May 19, 


1670 


, May 11 


1682 


, May 24, 


1685 


, May 27, 


1785 


, June 17, 


1713 


, Feb. 22, 


1718 


, Nov. 12, 


1731 


, July 14, 


1741 


, April 10, 


17A2 


, Jan. 15, 


1752 


, Jan. 30, 


1753 


, Jan. 5, 


1753 


, April 12, 


1753 


, June 9, 


1793 


, Sept. 28, 


1753 


, June 15, 


1753 


, Dec. 12, 


1754 


, Jan. 25, 


1754 


, April 20, 


1750 


, Feb. 13, 


1760, 


, April 25, 


1761 


, June 30, 


1761 


, June 30, 


1761 


, June 30, 


1761 


, Nov. 25, 


1762, 


, Mar. 6, 


1784 


, May 12, 


1762 


, June 11, 


1762 


, Sept. 18, 


1785, 


, July 5, 


1763 


, Feb. 17, 


1783 


, Oct. 15, 


1763, 


, June 15, 


1765, 


, June. 21, 


1765, 


, Oct. 31, 


1767, 


, June 16 , 


1768 


, June 16, 


1768, 


, June 21, 


1768, 


, June 21, 


1768, 


, June 30, 


1770, 


, Nov. 7, 


1771, 


, April 21, 


1771 


, April 24, 


177.3 


, June 30, 


1774 


, Feb. 23, 


1774, 


, Mar. 5, 


1778 


, Sept. 29, 


1779, 


, April 14, 


1779, 


, June 23, 


1785, 


Mar. 16, 


1780, 


Nov. 28, 



Springfield, William Ely. 
Hadley, Samuel Porter. 
Westfield, James Taylor. 
Hatfield, 

Dcerfield, Jonathan Hoit. 
Northampton & ) John Taylor. 
East Hampton, ) Asahrl Ponroy. 
Northfield, Solomon Vose. 
Sunderland, Samuel Church. 
Brimfiold, Clark Brown. 
Blandford, William Knox 3d. 
Pelham, Isaac Abercrombie. 
Palmer, James Smith 
Southampton, Lemuel Ponroy. 
Sou th-Hadley, Rugbies Woolbridge. 

Creenfield & ) M Bascom, jut.. 
Gill, ) 

New Salem, James Felton. 
Montague, Henry Wells. 
Granville, Israel Parsons. 

Thomas Hamilton. 
Greenwich, Robert Field. 
Amherst, Zebina Montague. 
Men son, Abner Brown. 
Belcher town, Eleazer Clark 
Colraine, 
Shu tesbury, 
Ware, 

Bernards ton £ ) 
Leyden, ) 
Chesterfield, Benjamin Bonney. 
Sou th-Brimf ield & ) 



Lemuel Foster. 



) 



Oliver Wales. 



) 



Josiah Cobb. 



Holland 

Warwick 5 

Orange, ) 

Wilbraham, John Bliss. 

Charlemont, 

Chester, Elijah Blackman. 

Conway, Malachi Maynard. 

Granby, David Smith. 

Ashfield, Ephraim Williams. 

Shelburne, John Long. 

Worthing ton, Ezra Starkweather. 

Southwick, Joseph Forward. 

Wilhamsburgh, Elisha Hubbard. 

Whately, 

Norwich, 

West-Springfield, Jonathan Smith, jun 

Leverett, 

West-Hampton, Aaron Fisher. 

Buckland, 

dimming ton & ) Janes Rlchards , 

Plainfield, ) 

Mon tgomery. 



(cont.) 



COUNTY OF HAMPSHIRE. 



Date of Incorporation, 

1781, May 8, 

1781, May 14, 

1783, Mar 12, 

1783, Oct. 13, 

1784, Feb. 23, 

1785, Feb. 19, 
1785, Feb. 14, 
1792, Feb. 7, 
1792, Feb. 25, 



1639, Sept. 3, 

1639, Sept. 3, 

1639, Sept. 3, 

1646, June 2, 

1686, June 4, 

1694, Sept. 14, 

1700, July 16, 

1712, June 11, 

17 27, June 14, 

1763, June 16, 

1793, June 19, 

1797, Mar. 3, 



1620, 






1636, 


Oct. 


5, 


1637, 


June 


7, 


1640, 


Mar. 


2, 


1656, 


June 


3, 


1660, 


June, 




1686, 


June 


4, 


1707, 


June 


4, 


1712, 


Mar. 


21, 


1712, 


June 


10, 


1726, 


June 


26, 


1727, 


June 


14, 


1734, 


July 


4, 


1739, 


July 


10, 


1790, 


June 


9, 



Wendell, 

Goshen 

Middlefield. 

Longmeadow, Gideon Burt. 

Ludlow, Aaron J. Miller. 

Rowe, 

Heath, 

Hawley, Edmund Longley. 

Russell, 



COUNTY OF BARNSTABLE, 



Barnstable, Isaiah L.. G reen. 
Sandwich, William Bodfish. 
Yarmouth, Elisha Doane. 
Eastham, Samuel Freeman. 
Falmouth, David Nye. 
Harwick, Ebenzer Broadbrooks, jun. 

Benjamin Bangs. 
Truro , 

Chatham, Richard Sears. 
Province town, 

Wei If lee t, Lemuel Newcomb. 
Dennis, Judah Paddock. 
Orleans, Richard Sparrow. 



COUNTY OF PLYMOUTH 



Plymouth, Zacheus Bartlett. 
Scituate, Elijah Turner. 
Duxborough, Seth Sprague. 
Marshfield, Elijah Phillips. 
Bridgewater, Nahum Mi tchell. 
Middleborough, John Tinkham. 
Rochester, Elisha Ruggles. 
Plympton, Seth Cushing. 
Pembroke, Kilborn Whitman. 
Abington, Aaron Hobart. 
Kingston, Jedediah Holmes. 
Hanover, Benjamin Bass. 
Halifax, Zebediah Thomson. 
Wareham, 
Carver, 



COUNTY OF BRISTOL 



1639, Sept. 3, 

1645, June 4, 

1664, June 8, 

1667, Oct. 30, 

1683, July 

1694, Oct. 19, 



Taunton, Stephan Hathaway. 
Rehoboth, Frederick Drowne. 
Dartmouth, Holder Slocum. 
Swanzey, Christopher Mason. 
Freetown, Simeon Borden. 
Attleborough, 



(cont.) 

Date of Incorporation. 

1711, June 12, 

1712, May 30, 
1725, Dec. 21, 
1731, Apr. 2, 
1735, Apr. 18, 
1770, Apr. 26, 
1787, Feb. 23, 

1787, July 2, 
1790, Feb. 20, 



COUNTY OF BRISTOL 



8 



Norton, Gecrge Leonard. 
Dighton, Rufufl Whi t: 
Eastown, Abie] Mitchell. 

Raynham, Abraham Hathaway. 
Berkley, Apollos Tobey. 
Mansfield, Benjamin Bates. 
New Bedford, Seth Spooner. 
Alden Spooner 
Westport, Abner Brownell. 
Somerset, Francis Borland. 



DUKES COUNTY 



1671, July 8, 
1671, July 8, 
1714, Oct. 30, 



Edgarton, William Mayhew. 

Tisbury, 

Chilmark, Matthew Mayhew, jun. 



COUNTY OF NANTUCKET 



1671, June 28, 



Nantucket, Micajah Coffin. 



COUNTY OF WORC ESTER 



1653, 


May '. 


L8, 


1667, 


May ' 


L5, 


1673, 






1683, 


May : 


L6, 


1684, 


Oct. 


15, 


1713, 


Feb. 


15, 


1713, 


Feb. 


23, 


1714, 


Oct. 


28, 


1717, 


Nov. 


18, 


1727, 


June 


27, 


1727, 


July 


6, 


1727, 


Dec. 


19, 


1728, 


Aug. 


1, 


1731, 


Dec. 


30, 


1732, 


June 


29, 


1735, 


Apr. 


18, 


1735, 


, June 


14, 


1738, 


, Jan. 


10, 


1738, 


, June. 


24, 


1784 


, Mar. 


16, 


1738 


, June 


24, 


1740 


, Jan. 


9, 


1740 


, June 


23, 


1741 


, Jan. 


16, 


1746 






1751 


, Jan. 


31, 


1753 


} Apr. 


3, 


1754 


» Apr. 


20, 


1754 


, Nov. 


2, 


1762 


, Mar. 


6, 


1762 


, Mar. 


6, 



Lancaster, Samuel Ward. 

Mendon, Joseph Adams. 

Brookfield, John Cutler. 

Oxford, Sylvanus Towne. 

Worchester, Samuel Curtis. 

Leicester, Thomas Denny. 

Rutland, 

Sutton, Stephen Monro. 

Wes thorough, Nathan Fisher. 

Uxbridge, 

Sou thborough, Trowbridge Taylor 

Shrewsbury, Jonah Howe. 

Lunenburg, 

Dudley, Thomas Learned. 

Harvard, 

Grafton, Nathaniel Adams. 

Upton, Elisha Bradish. 

Hardwick, John Hastings. 

Boston & ) 

Berlin, ) 

Sturbridge, Josiah Walker. 

Holden, John Dodds. 

Leominster, Jonas Kendall. 

Western, Joseph Field. 

Douglas, Aaron Marsh. 

New-Brain tree, B enjamin Joslyn. 

Spencer, Benjamin Drury. 

Petersham, John Chandler. 

Charlton, 

Temple ton, Leonard Stone. 

Athol, 



Jonathan Meriam. 



(con 


t.) 


C03JNTY OF WOR 


Date 


of In: 


;orporation. 


1762 


, June 


7, 


1764 


, Feb. 


3, 


1764 


, June 


14, 


1765 


, Feb. 


22, 


1765 


, Feb. 


24, 


1766 


, Jan. 


24, 


1767 


, June 


13, 


1770 


i Apr. 


26, 


1771 


, Apr. 


24, 


1772, 


, July 


14, 


1774, 


June 


14, 


1778J 


Apr. 


10, 


1780, 


Apr. 


11, 


1781, 


Apr. 


25, 


1785, 


June 


27, 


1786, 


Mar. 


1, 


1786, 


Oct. 


20, 


1801, 


Feb. 


18, 



TESTER 

Oakham, Spencer Field. 

Fitchburgh, Joseph Fox. 

Winchendon, 

Ashburnham, Jacob Willard. 

Pax ton, 

Northborough, Nahum Fay. 

Hubbardston, William Marean, 

Westminster, Jonas Whitney. 

Princeton, David Rice. 

Northbridge, 

Barre, Joel Bent. 

Ward, 

Milford, Samuel Jones. 

Sterling, Israel Allen. 

Gardner, 

Boyleston, James Longley. 

Gerry, 

Dana, 



COUNTY OF BERKSHIRE 



1779 


, kJ u h «r. 

, June 


21, 


1739 


, June 


22, 


1759. 


, June 


15, 


1760. 


, Feb. 


13, 


1761 


, Apr. 


21, 


1761, 


, June. 


30, 


1762, 


, Feb. 


26, 


1797, 


June, 


■ 19, 


1762, 


Mar. 


6, 


1765, 


June, 


, 20, 


1781, 


, Feb. 


26, 


1765, 


June, 


, 20, 


1765. 


, June, 


, 20, 


1767, 


, Feb. 


26, 


1771, 


i July, 


. 2, 


1771, 


July, 


, 4, 


1773, 


, Feb. 


16, 


1773. 


, Feb. 


27, 


1773, 


, Feb. 


23, 


1775 


, June, 


. 21, 


1776 


i July 


2, 


1777 


, Apr. 


12, 


1777. 


, Oct. 


21, 


1778, 


, Oct. 


15, 


1784. 


, Mar. 


20, 


1789 


, June 


. 24, 


1793 


, Mar. 


14, 


1797 


, Feb. 


20, 


1798 


, Mar. 


2, 



Sheffield and ) Moses Hubbard. 
Mount Washington) 

Stockbridge, Ephram Williams. 

New-Mar lborough, Benjamin Wheeler, 

Egremont, Nicholas Race. 

Pittsfield, Joshua Danforth. 

Great-Barrington, Thomas Ives. 

Sandisfield and, ) 

„ ., r . ., .John Canfield 

Southfield, ) 

Tyringham, Adonijah Bidwell. 

Laneborough, )_. . 

m a ur j N Gideon \i/heeler. 

New Ashford. ) 

Williams town, William Young. 

William Towner 

Becket, 

Lenox, Joseph Goodwin 

Windsor, 

Partridegef ield, William Frissell. 

Alford, 

Loudon and ) _ 

it 4. C i u • j \ Grove Pomroy. 

West Stockbridge,) * 

Richmond, Hugh Burghardt. 

Hancock, Simeon Martin. 

Washington, Anthony Ames. 

Lee, Joseph Whiton. 

Adams, Abraham Howland. 

Dalton, 

Bethlehem, 

Cheshire, Daniel Brown. 

Savoy, 

Clarksburgh, 



10 



DISTRICT OF MAINE 
COUNTY OP YORK 



Date 


of In< 


;orpora 


tion 


1653, 


May, 


18, 




1653, 


May 


L8, 




1653, 


Aug. 


30, 




1713, 


, June 


, 9, 




1718, 


, Nov. 


18, 




1719, 


, June 


5, 




1762, 


i July 


14, 




1767, 


, June 


15, 




1768, 


, Feb. 


23, 




1794 


, Feb. 


2, 




1792 


, June. 


9, 




1778 


, Mar. 


U, 




1785 


, Mar. 


t, 




1735 


, Mar. 


9, 




1787 


, Mar. 


6, 




1787 


, Mar. 


6, 




1792 


, Feb. 


8, 




1794 


, Feb. 


26, 




1794 


, Feb. 


27, 




1798 


, Feb. 


27, 





York, Samuel Derby. 
Kittery, Mark Adams. 
Wells, Nathaniel Wells. 

Jacob Fisher. 
Berwick, Richard F. Cutts. 
Biddeford, Daniel Cleaves, 
Arundel, Thomas Perkins, 1/ 
Buxton, John Woodman. 
Lebanon, 

Sandford and ) 
Alfred, ) 
Pepperelborough, Richard Cutts 
Coxhall , 
Shapleigh, 
Parsonf ield, 
Waterborough, 
Limerick, 
Liming ton, 
Newf ield, 
Cornish, 
Philipsburgh, 



Towns and Plantations north of Great Ossapee River 



Date, of Incorporation. 
1777, Jan. 11, 

1796, June, 10, 

1797, Mar. 8, 



Fryeburgh, William Fessenden. 

Bethel, 

Water ford, 

Lovell, 
-<>Brownf ield, 
"Hiram, 
-''.-Por terf ield, 
^Oxford, No. 5, 
-Saunkook, 

"Pleasant Mount-Gore, 
-State Tract, about 30,000 acres 



North of Great Amereskoggen River 

*East-Andover, 
*Ho lines' Tract, 
*Bostwick*s Tract, 
*Ketcham's Tract, 

COUNTY OF CUMBERLAND 



Date of Incorporation, 
1658, Oct. 19, 
1713, Oct. 31, 



Scarborough, Joseph Emerson. 

Nor th- Yarmouth, Samuel P. Russell, 



4. J. 



(cont.) 


COUNTY OF 


CUMBERLAND 


Date 


of Incorporation. 




1718, 


Nov. 


12, 


Falmouth, Archelaus Lewis. 


1738, 


Jan. 


26, 


Brunswick, John Dunlap. 


1758, 


Jan. 


25, 


Harpswell, Benjamin Dunning. 


1762, 


June 


, 12, 


Windham, 


1764 


, Oct. 


30, 


Gorham, Lothrop Lewis. 


1765, 


Nov. 


1, 


Cape=Elizabeth, 


1774, 


, Mar. 


8, 


New-Gloucester, Nath. C. Allen. 


1778 


, June 


19, 


Gray, 


1785 


, Nov. 


30, 


Standish, 


1786, 


. July 


4, 


Portland, Joseph Titcomb. 


1789, 


Feb. 


14, 


Freeport, John Cushing. 


1789 


, Feb. 


16, 


Durham, Josiah Burnham. 


1792, 


, Mar. 


6, 


Hebron, 


1793 


, Mar. 


16, 


Buckf ield, 


1793, 


, June 


20, 


Paris, 


1794, 


, Feb. 


7, 


Bridgetown, 


1795, 


, Feb. 


17, 


Poland, 


1795. 


, Feb. 


26, 


Jay, 


1795 


, Feb. 


28, 


Livermore, David Learned. 


1797 


, Mar. 


9, 


Norway, 


1798 


, Feb. 


19, 


Otisfield, 


1798 


, June 


13, 


Hartford, 


1798 


, June 


13, 


Sumner, 


1800 


, Feb. 


21, 


Rumford, 
^Raymond, 
*Pegypscot-Gore, 



COUNTY OF LINCOLN 



1716, 


June 


13, 


1753, 


June 


19, 


1759, 


Oct. 


20, 


1760, 


Feb. 


13, 


1762, 


Sept 


. 18, 


1764, 


Jan. 


31, 


1764, 


Nov. 


3, 


1765, 


, June 


18, 


1773, 


, June 


29, 


1774, 


Mar. 


6, 


1776. 


, Nov. 


7, 


1777 


, Mar. 


20, 


1781, 


, Feb. 


17, 


1786, 


, Oct. 


20, 


1788. 


, Mar. 


21, 


1788, 


Nov. 


20, 


1789, 


, Jan. 


28, 


1791, 


Feb. 


17, 


1794, 


, June 


25, 


1794 


, June 


25, 


1795, 


, Feb. 


18, 


1795 


, Feb. 


18, 


1799 


, June 


22, 



Georgetown, Mark L. Hill. 

New-Castle, John Farley. 

Woolwick, Peleg Tallman. 

Pownalborough, David Payson. 

Bowdoinham, Elihu Getchell. 

Topsham, Benjamin J. Porter, 

Boothbay, Jonathan Sawyer. 

Bristol, Thomas McClure. 

Waldoborough, John Head. 

Edgecomb, 

Warren, Samuel Thatcher. 

Thomas ton, Henry Knox. 

Bath, Joshua Shaw. 

Union, 

Bowdoin, James Rogers. 

Nobleborough, 

Cushing, John McKellar. 

Cambden, 

Desden, 

New-Milford, 

Lewis town, John Herrick. 

Litchfield, James Shurtliff. 

Thomsonborough, Noah Jordan. 



12 



(cont.) 



COUNTY OF LINCOLN 



Date of Incorporation. 

♦Balls town, 
*Madunkook , 
♦Wales , 
♦Li ttle River, 

-fGeorgetown is at the mouth of Kennebeck River, and naturally 
lies in three, divisions. The Peninsula, or Neck, called Small 
Point, is on the west side, and on the main, and contains about 
half the land and populations. Arouseage Island, contains about 
20,000 acres, or over quarter of the land and inhabitants, and 
the meeting house. Roske-hegan, or Parker's Island, contains 
the other quarter, or about 28,000 acres. Stage Island contains 
about six acres. 

COUNTY OF KENNEBECK 



Date 


of Incorpora 


tion 


1771, 


Apr. 


26, 




1771, 


Apr. 


26, 




1771, 


i Apr. 


26, 




1771, 


, Apr. 


26, 




1779, 


, Feb. 


*, 




1788, 


June 


18, 




1788, 


June 


18, 




1788, 


, June 


18, 




1788, 


, June 


18, 




1791, 


, Mar. 


11, 




1792, 


Jan. 


20, 




1792, 


, Jan. 


30, 




1792, 


, June 


27, 




1794, 


, Feb. 


1, 




1794, 


June 


20, 




1795, 


, Feb. 


28, 




1795, 


, Feb. 


28, 




1795, 


, Feb. 


28, 




1790, 


, Feb. 


3, 




1790, 


, Feb. 


8, 




1797, 


, Feb. 


20, 




1798 


, Feb. 


12, 




1798, 


, Feb. 


24, 




1798 


, Mar. 


1, 





Hallowell, Thomas Fillebrown. 

Winthrop, Nathaniel Fairbanks. 

Vassalborough, 

Winslow, Elnathan Sherwin. 

Pittston, Jedidiah Jewett. 

Greene, 

Canaan, 

Fairfield, 

Norridgewock, 

Readfield, Thomas Whittier. 

Monmouth, John Chandler. 

Sydney, 

Mount-Vernon, Nathaniel Dudley 

Farmington, Supply Belcher. 

New Sharon, 

Clinton, 

Starks, 

Fayette, 

Belgrade, 

Harlem, 

Augusta, Nathan Weston. 

Wayne, 

Cornville, 

Anson, 
♦Leeds, 
♦Strong, 



Plantations W. side of Kennebeck River. 

♦Chester, 
♦Goshen, 
♦Littleborough, 
♦New-Vineyard, 
♦Reeds town, 
♦Sandy River, 
♦Seven Mile. Brook, 



(cont.) Plantations W. side of Kennebeck River. 

* Wyman ' s P Ian ta tion , 
"Plantations East side, ) No. 1 
*Kennebeck River, ) No. 3 

COUNTY OF HANCOCK 



Date 


of Incorporation 


1773, 


June 


22, 


1787, 


Feb. 


23, 


1788, 


Mar. 


21, 


1789, 


Jan. 


12, 


1789, 


Jan. 


28, 


1789, 


Jan. 


30, 


1789, 


Jan. 


30, 


1789, 


Feb. 


16, 


1789, 


Feb. 


16, 


1789. 


, Feb. 


16, 


1789, 


, Feb. 


17, 


1789. 


, June 


25, 


1789, 


, June 


25, 


1791 


, Feb. 


25, 


1792 


, June 


27, 


1794 


, Feb. 


24, 


1794 


, Feb. 


24, 


1796 


, Feb. 


10, 


1796 


, Feb. 


13, 


1796 


, Feb. 


23, 


1800 


, Feb. 


21, 


1800 


, Feb. 


26, 



Belfast, 

Penobscot, 

Orrington, Oliver Leonard. 

Sedgewick, 

Isleborough, 

Deer-Isle, Joseph Tyler. 

Blue-Hill, 

Trenton, 

Sullivan, 

Gouldsborough, 

Mount Desert, 

Vinalhaven, William Vinal. 

Frankfort, Francis L.B. Goodwin, 

Bangor, 

Bucks to wn, 

Prospect, 

Hampden, Martin Kinsley. 

Castine, Job Nelson. 

North port, 

Eden, 

Orland, 

Ellsworth, 



East side of Penobscot River. 

•'Plantations on ) No. 6 
*Union River ) No. 8 
*Great Works River, No. 4 
*Sunkhaze River, No. 3 
*0lammon River, No. 2 
*Passadunkeag River, No. 1 
* Eddy town, 

West side of Penobscot River. 

*Appleton, 

"Canaan, 

*Duck-Trap, 

*Hope (or Barrett's Town) 

"Kenduskeag, 

"Kantibakook (or Quontebakook) 

*Pooshau, No. 4 

»Paskataques No. 1 

*Birch -River, No. 3 

"Hornet River, No. 1 



14 



COUNTY OF WASHINGTON 



Date of Incorporation. 

1784, June 23, 

1795, Feb. 27, 

1796, Feb. 8, 

1797, Feb. 14. 

1797, June 17, 

1798, Feb. 24, 



MACHIAS, 
S teuben, 
Columbia, 
Addi son, 
Harrington, 
Ens tpor t , 



Note: 



places not incorporated, are distinguished thus 

*Buck-Harbour . 



*Plan tations 


) No. 


11, 


♦West of 


) No. 


22, 


♦Machias 


) No. 


23, 


♦Plantations 


> No. 


9, 


♦East of 


1 No. 


10, 


♦Ma :hl«a 


) No. 


LI, 


*] 


1 No. 


12 


♦Plantations 


) No. 


1, 


♦be tween 


► No. 


2, 


♦Schudook ] 


1 No. 


3, 


*Kobbe Shook 


1 No . 


*, 


*and Deny's ' 


1 No. 


5, 


♦Rivers 


* No . 


6, 




No. 


7. 



John Avery, Secretary of the State. 

Peleg Coffin, Treasurer do. 

Joseph Laughton, Clerk. 

James Foster, Clerk. 

Isaac Pierce, Messenger to the Governor and Council. 

Jacob Kuhn, Messenger to both Houses. 



STANDING COMMITTEES FOR THE CURRENT POLITICAL YEAR. 

Committee on Public Accounts. 
Isaac Thompson, of Middleborough, ) 
Thomas Hale, of Brookfield. ) 



of the Senate. 



Sanuel P. Russell, of North Yarmouth, 

Timothy Jackson, of Newtown, 

Ezra Starkweather, of Worthing ton. 



) 

) of the House, 

) 



"who are the Committee for the present year to examine all 
accounts that may be exhibited for the support of such indigent 
persons as are by law proper charge of the Commonwealth, and all 
other accounts which may be exhibited for services performed, 
cash advanced, or any property supplied for the use of the Common- 
wealth, pursuance to any law, resolve, or order of th§ General 
Court, and to make out a roll, arranged under general heads, 
signifying the names of the. respective, persons or towns, whose 
accounts shall be properly vouched, together with the amount 
of the sums which may be found due on such accounts, and lay the 
same before this Court for their consideration and allowance." 



15 

Committee on Petitions for new Trials. 

Samuel Fowler, of Westfield ) q£ the Senate 
Barnabas Bidwell, of Stockbridge, ) 

Solomon Vose, of Northfield,^ ) of ^ House 
Ephraim Williams, of Stockbridge, ) 
William Prescott, of Salem, ) 

Committee on Incorporation of new Towns. 

Beza Hayward, of Bridgewater, ) of ^ Senate 
Jonathan L. Austin, of Boston, ; 

Nahum Mitchell, of Bridgewater, ) 

Kilborn Whitman, of Pembroke, ) of the House 

William Ely, of Springfield, ) 

Committee on Incorporation of Parishes. 

Jonathan Maynard, of Framingham, ) _ 
John Treadwell, of Salem, ) 

Abner Brown, of Monson, ) 

Mark L. Hill, of Georgetown, ) of the House 

John Howe, of Dorchester, ) 

Agents for settling Eastern Lands. 

Peleg Coffin, of Boston, 
John Read, of Roxbury, 

DIRECTIONS FOR MARINERS. 

Mr. WILLIAM LORD, of Stoning ton Point, has erected an iron 
spear, about 13. feet long, with a white vane on the top, upon 
the Rock of Latimer in Fisher-Island-Sound. The deepest channel 
is to the northward of the rock. This gentleman has it on con- 
templation, if suitable encouragement should be given by gentle- 
men from the eastward and westward (who are owners of navigation, 
and are constantly passing the Sound) to erect a spear upon what 
is called the Tail of Watch-Hill-Reef --Another upon the Katumacut- 
Rock, Upon the same Reef --One upon Ellis' Reef, which lies off 
Ram-Island, and is almost in the middle of the Sound. These rocks 
are seldom, any of them, out of the water, and much in the way of 
Coasters up and down the Sound, who are unacquainted. 






16 



Suffolk, 



Norfolk, 



Essex, 



Barnstable, 



Bristol, 

Dukes Co., 
Nantucket, 



Middlesex, 



Worcester, 



Plymouth, 



Public Notaries in the .State of Massachusetts 
In the Maritime Counties. 



Samuel Cooper, 
William Harris, 
Samuel Gardner, 
William Stevenson, 
Samuel Norton, 

Thomas Williams, Jun, 
James Humphreys, Jun, 

Edward Norris, 
Thomas Bancroft, 
Daniel Rogers, 
Michael Hodge, 
Joseph Wood, 
Isaac Mansfield, 
John Rogers, 
Samuel Nye, 
Timothy Osgood, 
James Gardner, 

David Scudder, 
Joseph Palmer, Jun. 
Joseph Doane, 
Samuel Waterman, 
Solomon Cook, 

John W. Smi th , 
William Tobey, 
Abner Brownell, 
Thomas B. Richmond 

William Mayhew, 
William Butler, 



(Abner Coffin, 

For the Inland Counties, 

(Phillips Payson, 
(Abraham Biglow, 
(Nathaniel Bemis, 
(Jonathan Fay, 
(Oliver Prescott, Jun. 

(Theophilus Wheeler, 
(Philip Ammidon, 
(Moses Smith, 
(Cheney Reed, 
(Nathaniel Maccartv, 

(Ephraira Spooner, 
(Henry Warren, 
(Hayward Pelrce, 
(Benjamin Fearing, 



Bos ton. 
ditto, 
d i t to . 
d i t to . 
Hingham. 

Roxbury. 
Weymou th. 

S a 1 em . 

ditto. 

Ipswich. 

Newbury. 

Beverly. 

Marblehead. 

Glouces ter. 

Salisbury. 

Haverhill. 

Lynn. 

Barns table. 
Falnou th. 
Chatham. 
Wellfleet. 
Province town, 

Taunton. 
New Bedford. 
Westpor t. 
Digh ton. 

Edgar town. 
Holmes Hole. 

Han tucket. 



Charles town, 
Cambridge. 
Water town. 
Concord. 
Groton. 

Worces ter. 

Mendon. 

Sterling. 

Petersham. 

Plymouth, 
ditto. 
Scituate. 
Wareham. 



17 



Inland Counties cont. 



Hampshire, 



(John Hooker, Springfield. 

(Jonathan Leavitt, Jun. Greenfield. 
(Justin Ely, W. Springfield. 

(Levi Lyman North Hampton. 



Berkshire, 



(Henry Dwight, 
(John C. Williams, 



Stockbridge. 
Pittsfield. 



The following are in the District of Maine. 



York, 



Cumberland, 



Lincoln, 



Kennebeck, 



Hancock, 



Washington, 



(Joseph Tucker, 
(Jonas Clarke, 
(Jeremiah Hills, 

(Samuel P. Russell, 
(Ebenezer Mayo, 
(Joseph C. Boyd, 
(Charles Coffin, 

(Joseph Christopher, 
(Dummer Sewell, 
(Jacob Ludwig, 
(Jonathan Sawyer, 
(Ephraim Snow, 

(Nathaniel Perley, 

(Francis L.B. G 00 dwin, 
(George Tyler, 
(Thomas Cobb, 
(Donald Ross, 
(Joseph Tillinghast 
(William Chaloner, 
(William Campbell, 
(William Allen, 



York. 

Wells. 

Biddeford. 

N. Yarmouth. 
Portland, 
ditto, 
ditto. 

Pownalborough. 
Bath. 

Waldoborough. 
Boothbay. 
Thomas town. 

Hallowell. 

Frankfort. 

Deer-Isle. 

Castine. 

Union River. 
Gouldsborough 

Machias. 
Steuben. 
Eastport. 



Public Notaries are appointed for purpose of making Protests, 
giving Certificates under the Seal of Office, and entering and 
registering Protests and o ther Notarial writings; also for attesting 
the same. 

Peleg Coffin (ex-officio) as Treasurer, keeper of 
the Standards of Weights and Measures for the Commonwealth, 

John Cutler, of Boston, his Deputy. 



Appointments under State Authority, 
By the Governor and Council, 

Dr. D. Townsend, Inspector of Pot & Pearl Ashes, 
Under a Law enacted June 17, 1791. 



Appointments, cont. 

John Austin, Charles town . 
Andr. Blatichard, Medford. 
Phincas Carlton, Haverhill 



DEPUTIES, 



Jonathan Call, Newbury Port. 
Shirley Irving, Portland. 
Benjamin Foster, Bath. 



David Townsend, Inspector of '.'ails. 
Under a Law Passed Feh. 28 , 1800. 

DEPUTY. 
Foster Swift, Taunton. 

Both Offices of Inspection opposite the Mall Burying-Place. 



Francis './right, Inspector of Tobacco. 
Inspection-Office in High-Street, near Fort-Hill. 

Francis Wright, Inspector of Butter and Lard. 
Under Laws passed March 4, and June 17, 1800. 
Inspection-Office High Street, near Fort-Hill. 



DEPUTIES. 



Nathan Adams, Charles town. 
Jonathan Warner, lledford. 



John Tracey ; Newbury Port, 
Portland. 



Stephen Bruce, Inspector of Beef. 
Under a Law enacted March 4, 1800. 
Inspection-Office on Spear's Warf 

Henry Purkett, Assistant Inspector. 
John W. Baker, Clerk. 



James Barry, 
George Zeigler, 
Nathan Adams, 
Jonathan Warner, 
Joshua Phippen, 
Jonathan Ropes, 
Lemuel Child, 
Robert Porter, 
Caleb Kimball, 
John Osgood, 
John Tracy, 
Richard Walker, 
Seth Clark, 
James Lock, 



DEPUTIES, 
Boston. 
Roxbury. 
Charles town. 
Medford. 
Salem. 
Salem. 
Danvers. 
Beverly. 
Newbury. 
ditto. 

Newberry-Port, 
Bradford. 
Salisbury, 
ditto. 



Nathan Ayer, 
David Green, 
David Sewall, 
Ezra Chase, 
Edward Wilson, 
Jose^Sargent, 
Royal Lincoln, 
Richard Sawyer, 
John Jones, 
John Thomas, 
Abner Crafts, 
John Parker, 
Luther Gay, 



Haverhill. 

Portland. 

Hallowell. 

Somerset. 

Biddeford. 

Wise asset. 

Gorham. 

Amesbury. 

Falmouth. 

N. Yarmouth , 

Wa ter town . 

Billerica. 

Dedham. 



SCOTS CHARITABLE SOCIETY 

Instituted 1684 Incorporated March 16, 1786 

Officers annually chosen 1st. Tuesday in May. 

Andrew Leach, President William McKean, Treasurer. 

John Mc Farlane, Vice-President. Patrick Phillips, Secretary. 



19 

Cont. SCOTS CHARITABLE SOCIETY. 

MANAGERS . 
Alexander Adie, Gideon Scott, 

Robert Morris, William Clous ton. 



IRISH CHARITABLE SOCIETY. 
Instituted March 17, 1737. 
Annual Meeting to elect Officers, March 17th. 

Simon Eliot, Esq. President. 

Robert Wyer, Jun. Vice-President. 

Moses Black, Treasurer. 

Patrick Cassin, Keeper of the Silver-Key. 

Andrew Dunlap, Jun. Assistant do. 

John Beane, Secretary and Assistant, do, 



BOSTON - EPISCOPAL CHARITABLE SOCIETY 
Instituted A.D. 1724. Incorporated, February 12, 1784. 

Annual Meeting for the Choice of Officers, on Easter Tuesday. 

Rev. Dr. Parker, President. 

Samuel Dunn, Vice-President. 

Benjamin Greene, Treasurer. 

Joseph Foster, Secretary. 

TRUSTEES . 
Richard Greene, George Deblois, Joseph Head. 
William Tudor, Esq. Thomas Brewer, William Shaw. 



BOSTON - MARINE SOCIETY. 
Instituted, 1742 Incorporated, 1754. 

Annual Election of Officers, 1st, Tuesday in November. 
Monthly Meeting, on the 1st. Tuesday in each Month. 

James Scott, Master. 

Tristram Barnard, Deputy -Mas ter. 

William Smith, Treasurer. 

William Furness, Secretary. 



MASSACHUSETTS CHARITABLE SOCIETY. 
Instituted September, 1762 Incorporated March 16, 1786, 

Officers annually chosen, 1st. Tuesday in May. 

Hon. Thomas Dawes, President. 

Jonathan L. Austin, Esq. Vice-President. 

Dr. Nathaniel Noyes, Secretary. 

Mr. John Kneeland, Treasurer. 



20 



Cont. MASSACHUSETTS CHARITABLE SOCIETY. 

TRUSTEES. 
Stephen Bruce, 
Andrew Oliver, 
Joseph Shed, 
Samuel Hall, 



Benjamin Austin. 
George Homer. 
James Ridgewny. 



MASSACHUSETTS - CHARITABLE FIRE SOCIETY. 

Incorporated June 25, 1791 
Annual Meeting on the Friday next after the last-Wednesday in May. 
Semi-annual Meeting, 3rd. Wednesday in November. 



Hon. George R. Minot, Esq. 
Arnold Wells, jun. Esq. 
Rev. James Freeman, 
William Alline, Esq. 
James White, 



President. 
Vice-President. 
Corresponding Secretary, 
Recording Secretary. 
Treasurer. 



Samuel Stillman, D.D. 
John Eliot, D.D. 
William Tudor, Esq. 
Thomas K. Jones, D 2 



TRUSTEES 



Shubael Bell. 
Joshua Thomas. 
Josiah Quincy, Esq. 
Joseph Callender, Jun. 



ROXBURY - CHARITABLE SOCIETY. 
Instituted January, 1794 Incorporated, February 6, 1799 

Officers Annually elected, 3rd. Monday in September. 



Hon. John Lowell, LLD. 
Mr. William Lambert, 
Hon. John Read, 
Nathaniel Ruggles, Esq. 
Joseph Ruggles, Esq. 



President. 

Firs t- Vice-President. 

Second -Vice -President. 

Secretary. 

Treasurer. 



Rev. Eliphalet Porter, 
Hon. John Read, 
Mr. Moses Davis, 



STANDING COMMITTEE. 

Deacon Joshua Felton. 
Capt. Joseph Williams. 



MASSACHUSETTS - HUMANE SOCIETY. 
Incorporated, February 17, 1791. 

Officers chosen at the. semi-annually Meeting, 2nd Wednesday in 
December. 



John Warren, M.D. 
Simeon Howard, D.D. 
John La thro p, D.D. 
Samuel Parker, D.D. 
Aaron Dexter, M.D. 
John Avery, Esq. 



President. 
Vice-President. 
Second -Vice-President. 
Treasurer. 

Corresponding Secretary, 
Recording Secretary. 



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BOSTON - MECHANIC ASSOCIATION. 
Instituted, March 15, 1795. 
Officers annually elected, 2d. Thursday in December, 



Jonathan Hunnewell, Esq. 
Benjamin Russell, Esq. 
Mr. Francis Wright, 
Mr. James Phillips, 



TRUSTEES . 



Uilliam Todd, 
Jonathan Balch, 
Jonas S. Bass, 
Daniel Messinger, 
Jonathan Kilton, 



President. 
Vice-President, 
Treasurer. 
Secretary. 



Gershom Spear. 
Joseph Lover ing. 
Oliver Johotmot. 
John Cotton. 



SOCIETIES OF MASONS. 



Grand Lodge of Massachusetts. 



Most Worshipful, Samuel Dunn, 
Right Worshipful, Joseph Laughton, 
Right Worshipful, John Boyle, 
Right Worshipful, Isaac Hurd f 
Right Worshipful, Allen Crocker, 
Worshipful, John Proctor, 
Worshipful, T.M. Harris, 
Worshipful, Amariah Childs, 
Worshipful, Amos Lincoln, 
Worshipful, Paul Revere, 
Right Worshipful, Benjamin Russell, 
Brother Edward Goodwin, 
Brother John Edmunds, 
Brother John Risborough, 
Brother George Geyer, 



Grand Master. 

Deputy Grand Master. 

Senior Grand Warden. 

Junior Grand W ar den. 

Grand Treasurer. 

Grand Secretary. 

Corresponding Gr an d Secretary. 

Deputy Grand Secretary. 

Senior Grand Deacon. 

Junior Grand D eacon , 

Grand Marshal. 

Grand Sword Bearer. 



( Grand Stewards* 

Grand Tyler. 

The LODGES, under it's Juridiction, are, 

The first and second St. John's Lodges united with the Rising 
Sun Lodge, meet at Concert-Hall, the last Wednesday evening of 
each month. 

St. Andrew's Lodge meet at Free-Mason's Hall, on the evening of 
the second Thursday in each month. 

The Royal Arch Lodge, meet at the same place, on the Wednesday 
preceding the fulling of the moon. 

The Rising States Lodge, meet at the Concert-Hall, on the evening 
of the last Monday in each month. 

Massachusetts Lodge, meet at the same place, on the third 
Thursday in each month. 

King Solomon's Lodge, at Charlestown, meet at Warren Hall, in 
that town, the second Tuesday in each month. 

Columbia Lodge, meet on the first Thursday evening of every 
month, at their Hall in Market-Square. 

Washington Lodge, at Roxbury, meet at Harriman's Hall, the 
Wednesday evening before each fulling of the moon. 



RANK:'. TN "H-: !!?.' • : "A [Eg 

Bank at Phi lade Lphia 

Thomas Willing, President George 'limpson, Cashier 
This Bank was incorporated by an Act of Congress ( in the year 1791, 
and to continue until 1811. It is under the direction of a Presi- 
dent and twenty-four Directors, chosen yearly. Six branches of 
this Bank are established - viz. at Boston, New York, Baltimore, 
Charleston ( South-Car ol ina, ) Norfolk, and Washington. 

Branch of the United States Bank at Boston 

Arnold Welles, Esq. President 

Directors 

David Sears Samuel P. Gardner Gardner Greene 

Samuel Parkman John Davis Thomas Amory 

Theodore Lyman James Lloyd, Jun. "homas H. Perkins 

John Parker Joseph Coolidge 'nomas Perkins 

Peter Roe Dal ton, Cashier 

Christopher MinoO Tellers 

Samuel Pay son ) 

John W. Blanchard ) Book _ Keepers 

Turner Phillips ) 

John H. Bowes, Discount Clerk 

William Furness, Interest Clerk 

John Call ) . . . , .... 

. „. ( Assistant ditto 
Benjamin Shaw) 

Giliam Bass, Messenger 

William Hunt and John Holbrook, Porters 

Branch of the United States Bank at New York 

Cornelius Ray, President, Jonathan Burrall, Cashier 

Branch of the United States Bank at Baltimore 

John Swan, President, David Harris, Cashier 

Branch of the United States Bank at Charleston (s.C.) 

Adam Gilchrist, President, Josiah Smith, Cashier 

Branch of the United States Bank at Washington 

President. J. Davidson, Jun., Cashier 

Branch of the United States Bank at Norfolk 

President > David Olifant, Cashier 

Massachusetts Bank in Boston 

Incorporated February 7, 178^ 

Officers annually elected, 1st Wednesday in January 

Samuel Eliot, President. 

Directors 
Thomas Dawes " William Phillips, Jun. 
Aaron Dexter Samuel Salisbury 

Benjamin Greene Thomas Walley 
William Parsons John Lowell, Jun. 
James Thwing, Cashier 

Nathaniel Foster, Thomas Chase: Tellers 
Nathaniel H. Furness) Accountants 
Nathaniel Thayer ) 
Miles Greenwood, Discount Clerk 
James Hill, Messenger and Attendant 



Union Bank in Boston 

Incorporated June 25. 1792 

Annual Election, 1st Monday in September 

Hon. Oliver Wendell, President. 

Directors 

Samuel Brown Ebenezer Preble 

Benjamin Bussey Joseph Head 

Samuel Cobb Thomas K. Jones 

Stephen Codman Ebenezer Oliver 

Benjamin Joy Josiah Quincy 

John Welles 

George Burroughs, Cashier 

John Brown ) Tellers 

Parker ) 

Nathaniel Emmons) . 

T , T T < Accountants 

Johnson Jackson ) 

Joseph Chapman ) Discount Glerk 
Henry Stevenson) L,lscount Clerics 

David Morey, Assistant Clerk 

Andrew Johonnot) ^ 

Andrew Kettell ) Messen S er s 

Nantucket Bank at Nantucket 

Incorporated February, 1795 
Joseph Chase, President. 
, Cashier 

Merrimack Bank at Newburyport 
Incorporated June 25. 1795 
Annual Meeting 
William Bartlett, President. 
Joseph Cutler, Cashier. 

Essex Bank at Salem 

Incorporated June 18, 1799 
Annual Meeting 

William Gray, Jun., President, 
James King, Cashier. 

Gloucester Bank at Cape Ann 

Incorporated January 27, 1800 
Annual Meeting 
John Somes, President. 
Joseph Allen, Cashier. 

Portland Bank at Portland 

Incorporated June 15» 1799 
Officers annually elected 
Hugh McLellan, President. 
John Abbot, Cashier. 



2k 



Massachusetts Fire ,\ Marine Insurance Company 
Incorporated March 2, 1798 

Officers annually chosen, 1st Tuesday in June 
Arnold Welles, Jun., President. 
William Scollay, Secretary 

Directors 
.John Andrews 



Gamaliel Bradford 
Benjamin Bussey 
Samuel Cobb 
John Codman 
Stephen Codman 
Jonathan Chapman 
Stephen Cor ham 



Joseph Hall 
Benjamin Joy 
Jonathan Mason 
John Mcl<ean 
Samuel Parkman 
Joseph Ripley 
Daniel Sargent 
William Smith 



Maine Fire and Marine Insurance Company, at Portland 
Incorporated February 7, 1800 
Officers annually elected 
Woodbury Storer, President. 
Joseph Swift, Secretary. 



Massachusetts Mutual Fire Insurance Company 
Incorporated March 2, 1798 

Officers annually chosen, 1st Tuesday in June 
Benjamin "reene, President, 
Andrew Cunningham, Secretary and Treasurer- 

Di rectors 

Simon Eliot 



Henry Hill 
Elisha Ticknor 
Samuel Clap 
John May 
Samuel Gore 
Josiah Knapp 
Moses M. Hays 



Samuel Dunn 
Thomas Dennie 
Benjamin Duick 
Russell" Sturgis 
Edward Tuckerman 
William Sherburne 



Boston Marine Insurance Company 

Incorporated February 13, 1799 

Officers annually chosen, 1st Monday in January 

Thomas Davis, President. 

Joseph May, Secretary- 

Directors 
Thomas C. Amory 
Adam Babcock 
Jonathan Davis 



Samuel P. Gardner 
James Lloyd, Jun. 
William Parsons 



Gorham Parsons 
James Perkins 
Ebenezer Preble 
Daniel Sargent, Jun, 
Timothy Williams 



Newburyport Marine Insurance Company 
Incorporated June 18, 1799 
Officers annually elected 
Ebenezer Stocker, President. 
William Woart, Secretary. 



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Salem Marine Insurance Company 
Incorporated June 9, 1800 
Officers annually elected 
Jacob Ashton, President. 
Jonathan Hodges, Secretary. 



Insurance Offices in State-Street Boston 
Peter C. Brooks 
Joseph Taylor 
Abraham Touro 



Boston Chamber of Commerce 

Officers annually chosen, 1st Monday in April 
John Coffin Jones, Esq., President. 
Joseph Russell, Esq., 1st Vice-President. 
Samuel Parkman, Esq., 2d Vice-President. 
Thomas Bur ley, Secretary, 



Marine Society in Salem 

Instituted March 25, 1766. Incorporated 1771 

Officers Annually elected 

Capt. Benjamin West, President. 

Capt. Edward Gibaut, Vice-President- 

Capt. Jonathan Gardner, Treasurer 

Benjamin Pickman, Clerk - 

Salem East-India Marine Society 

Instituted November, 1799. Incorporated March 9. 1801 
Officers annually elected, 1st Wednesday in January 
Benjamin Hodges, President. 
Jacob Crowninshield, Treasurer - 
Moses Townsend, Secretary 

Phis Society consists of such as have actually navigated 
the seas near or beyond the Cape of Good Hope, or round Cape Horn, 
as masters or commanders of vessels, and such as have been factors, 
or supercargoes of vessels, employed in the East India trade. It 
was instituted for the purpose of collecting together such obser- 
vations, discoveries, books, papers, charts, and valuable publica- 
tions in every language, as might tend to facilitate the naviga- 
tion of the Eastern and Southern Oceans. Every member returning 
from sea is bound to present to the Society an abstract of the 
journal of his voyage, and to communicate in writing his observa- 
tions of the bearings and entrances of all capes and headlands; 
of latitude and longitude of islands, rocks and shoals; unusual 
occurrences; storms and accidents; with all other observations, 
which he may judge useful to be recorded. The Museum of the 
Society already exhibits a handsome collection of curiosities. 



Marine Society in New bury port 

Instituted Incorporated 

Officers annually elected 

William Coombs, Master. 

W. P. Johnson, Deputy-Master. 

William Russell, Treasurer. 

Michael Hodge, Secretary. 



Marine Society in Marblehead 26 

Instituted 1798 Incorporated February 11, 1799 
Officers annually elected 

Master Treasurer 

Deputy-Master Secretary 



Portland Marine Society 

Incorporated February 26, 1796 

Officers annually elected, 3rd Tuesday in December 

Master 
Samuel Colby, Deputy-Master 
Jacob Noyes, Secretary 
Stephen Wait, Treasurer 



Massachusetts Society for the Aid of Immigrants 
Incorporated June 25, 1795 
(The operations of this Society are suspended) 



American Academy of Arts and Sciences 
Incorporated May 4th, I78O 
Annual meeting on the 4-th Tuesday of May 
John Adams, L.L.D., President. 
Joseph Willard, D.D., Vice-President 

Counsellors 
Hon. Robert T. Paine " John Lowell, Esq. Caleb Gannett 
Hon._ Francis Dana John Lathrop, D.D. Cotton Tufts 
Benjamin Lincoln, Esq. John Warren, M.D. Samuel Webber 

Loammi Baldwin 
Eliphalet Pearson, Corresponding Secretary 
John Davis, Recording Secretary 
Rev. James Freeman, Treasurer 
George R. Minot, Vice-Treasurer 
John Lathrop, D.D., Librarian and Cabinet-Keeper 

Massachusetts Medical Society 

Incorporated November 1st, 178I 

Annual Meeting, 1st Wednesday in January 

Isaac Rand, D.D., President. 

John Warren, M.D., Vice-President. 

Counsellors 
Hon. Ebenezer Hunt Dr. Thomas Welsh Dr. Aaron Dexter 
Dr. Thomas Kast Dr. John Brooks Dr. William Spooner 

Hon. Josiah Bartlett 
Dr. Thomas Kast, treasurer 

Dr. Joseph Whipple, Corresponding Secretary 
Dr. John Fleet, Recording Secretary, Librarian, 
and Cabinet-Keeper 
Censors 
Isaac Rand, of Boston William Spooner, of Boston 

Lemuel Hayward do. Hon. Josiah Bartlett, of Charles- 

John Warren do. town 

Middlesex Medical Association 
Instituted 

Annual Meeting, last Wednesday in October 

Hon. Oliver Prescott, M.D., President Timothy Minot, Ireasurer 

Benjamin Waterhouse , M.D., Vice-President Joseph Hunt, Secretary 



Bristol Medical Association 
Instituted 
Annual Meeting 

Dr. William Baylies, President. 
Dr. Foster Swift, Vice-President- 
Dr. George Ware, Treasurer. 
Dr. Samuel Perry, Jun., Secretary. 

Worcester Medical Society 
Instituted 
Annual Meeting 

Dr. John Frink, President. 

Dr. Atherton, Vice-President, 

Dr. Oliver Fiske, Secretary 



Boston Medical Dispensary 

Instituted October, 1796. Incorporated February 26, 1801 
Annual Election, 2nd Tuesday in January 
Samuel Parker, D.D., President 
William Smith, Esq., Treasurer 
Mr. John Andrews, Secretary 
Dr. Thomas Fleet, Physician 
Mr. Thomas Bfcrtlett, Apothecary 

Directors 
Dr. Samuel Stillman Mr. Jonathan Amory 
Dr. Samuel West Mr. Thomas Brewer 

Mr. Stephen Gorham Mr. Nathaniel Smith 
William Tudor, Esq. Mr. Benjamin Bussey 
Capt. Samuel Dunn Henry Hill, Esq. 

The Dispensary is kept at the Sign of the Good Samaritan, No. 13, 
Gornhill. 

The above Institution, though yet in its infancy, has afforded 
the means of relief to many necessitous persons, among others, 
whose feelings would have been hurt by an application for assistance 
from the A lms -House; as they are, by this charity, attended, free 
of any expense, by an able Physician, either at their own houses, 
or at the Dispensary, as the case may require, and furnished with 
whatever medicine they may need, and with wine, if necessary. 

Kennebeck Medical Association 



Instituted 1797 

Hon. Daniel Cony, President 
Dr. John Hubbard, Vice-President 
Dr. Moses Appleton, Secretary 
Dr. Thomas Odiorne, Treasurer 
Dr. Samuel Golman, Librarian 

"Massachusetts Congregational Charitable Society," for the Relief of 
destitute Widows and Children of deceased Ministers. 
Incorporated March 2^, 1786 

Annual Election, the day before the last Wednesday in May 
Joseph Willard, D.D. L.L.D, President. 
Hon. James Sullivan, Vice-President. 
Simeon Howard, D.D., Treasurer 
John Lathrop, D.D., Secretary- 



28 

"Massachusetts Congregational Charitable Society" (Cont'd) 

Council 
Hon. James Sullivan Rev. Dr. Barnard 
Hon. Oliver Wendell Rev. Peter Thacher, D.D. 
Samuel Parkman, Esq. Rev. David Tappan, D.D. 
Samuel Eliot, Esq. 



"Society for propagating the Gospel, among the Indians and others, 
in North-America." 

Incorporated November 19, 1787 

Annual Election, day after the last Wednesday in May 
Hon. James Sullivan, President 
Hon. Oliver Wendell, Vice-President 
Ebenezer Storer, Esq., Treasurer 
John Eliot, D.D., Vice Treasurer 
Peter Thacher, D.D., Secretary 
Jedediah Morse, D.D., Assistant Secretary 

Select Committee 
Hon. Thomas Dawes Peter Thacher, D.D. 

Joseph Eckley, D.D. William Phillips, Jun. Esq 
Samuel West, D.D. 



Massachuset ts Missionary Society 
Instituted May 28, 1799 
Annual Meeting on the last Tuesday in May 

Nathanael Emmons, D.D. of Franklin, President 
Rev. Samuel Austin, of Worcester, Secretary 
Deacon John Simpkins, of Boston, Treasurer 

Trustees 
Rev. David Sandford, of Medway 
Rev. Daniel Hopkins, of Salem 
Rev. Ezra Weld, of Braintree 
Rev. Samuel Spring, of Newburyport 
Re v.. Joseph Parker, of Middle borough 
Rev. Samuel Niles, of Abington 
Rev. Abiel Holmes, of Cambridge 
Rev. Samuel Austin, of Worcester 
Rev. Jonathan Strong, of Randolph 

Another Missionary Society is formed in the counties of Berkshire , in 
Massachusetts, and Columbia, in New-York. 
Rev. Ephraim Judson, President 



Baptist Education Fund 

Incorporated 26th February, 179^- 

Annual Election of Officers, the Tuesday after the first Wednesday 

in September 

Samuel Stillman, D.D., Chairman 
Rev. Thomas Baldwin, Treasurer 
Mr. James Harrison, Secretary 

Trustees 
Hezekiah Smith, D.D. Stephen Dana, Esq. 
Rev. William Williams Rev. Joel Briggs 
Rev. Jonathan Maxey Deacon Daniel Wild 
Rev. Stephen Gano Mr. James Harrison 

Rev. Joseph Grafton Mr. Ebenezer L. Boyd 
Rev. George Robinson 



Baptist Education Fund (Cont'd) 

The Society meets in Boston annually, on the last Wednesday in 
May, and at such other times and places as the Society may judge 
proper. 



The WARREN ASSOCIATION meets at Wrentham, the Tuesday after the first 
Wednesday in September, 1802, at 2 o'clock P.M. 



Boston Female Asylum 

Instituted September 25 t 1800 

Mrs. Dr. Stillsoan, First Directress 
Mrs.. James Bowdoin, Second Directress 
Mrs. Elizabeth Perkins, Treasurer 
Mrs. Elizabeth Thurston, Secretary 

Managers 
Mrs. Widow Mason Mrs. John Coburn Mrs.. Col, May 
Mrs. Dr. West Mrs. Richard Green Mrs. Mary Grew 
Mrs. Whitwell, Sen. Mrs. Mary Lynde Smith Mrs. Samuel Smith 
Mrs. Ebenezer Dorr Mrs. Ozias Goodwin 

Mrs. Susanna Draper, Governess 



Ma ssachuset ts Historical Society " 

Instituted January, 1791 Incorporated February 19, 179^ 
Officers annually elected, last Tuesday in January 
Hon. James Sullivan, President 
William Tudor, Esq., Treasurer 
Rev. James Freeman, Recording Secretary 
John Eliot, D.D., Corresponding Secretary 
Rev. John T. Kirkland, Librarian 
Mr. Samuel Turell, Cabinet-Keeper 

Standing Committee 
Hon. James Winthrop Hon. John Davis 
Peter Thacher, D.D. Josiah Quincy, Esq. 
Dr. Redford Webster 

Committee for Publications 
Peter Thacher, D.D. Rev. James Freeman 
John Eliot, D.D. William Sullivan 

Boston Library 

Incorporated June 17, 179^ 

Officers annually elected, 1st Monday in March 

Trustees 
Joseph Eckley, D.D. William Spooner, M.D. 
John Eliot, D.D. Col. William Scollay 

Mr. Samuel Hall Dr. Redford Webster 

Rev. John T. Kirkland John Phillips, Esq. 
Hon. George R. Minot 

Mr. Nathan Davies, Librarian 
Mr. Henderson Inches, Treasurer 
Mr. Nathan Webb, Secretary 



M assachuse tts Agricultural Society 
Incorporated March 7, 1792 

Hon. John Lowell, L.L.D. of T ?oxbury, President 
Joseph Russell, Esq. of Boston, Vice-President 

Aaron Dexter, M.D. ditto Second Vice-President 

Thomas L. Winthrop, Esq. ditto Treasurer 

John Avery, Esq. ditto Secretary 

Rev. John T. Kirkland ditto Corresponding Secretary 

Trustees 

Hon. Fisher Ames, of Dedham 

Martin Brimmer, of Roxbury 

Hon. George Cabot, of Brookline 

Theodore Lyman, of Walt ham 

Samuel Parker, D.D., of Boston 

John Warren, M.D., of Boston 



30 



Kennebeck Agricultural Society 

Instituted 1800 Incorporated February 17, 1801 
William Howard, of Augusta, President 
Joseph North, of ditto, 1st Vice-President 
Nathaniel Dummer, of Hallowell, 2d Vice-President 
Henry Sewall, Recording Secretary 

John Merrick, of Hallowell, Corresponding Secretary 

Trustees 
Charles Vaughan, of Hallowell 
Samuel Moody, ditto 
Rev. Eliphalet Gillet, ditto 
Rev. Daniel Stone, of Augusta 

Aqueduct Corporation 

Incorporated February 26, 1795 

Hon. James Sullivan, Esq., President 
Joseph Ward, Esq., Vice-President 
Amos Bond, Treasurer 
John Marston, Secretary 

Directors 
Doctor Aaron Dexter 
Hon. John Davis 
Mr. Josiah Knapp 



SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT OF MASSACHUSETTS. 

JUSTICES 

Francis Dana, L.L.D. of Cambridge, Chief Justice. 

Robert Treat Paine, of Boston. 

Theophilus Bradbury, Newburyport. 

Simeon Strong, of Amherst. 

Thomas Dawes, jun. of Boston. 

Samuel Sewell, of Marblehead. 

George Thacher, of Biddeford. 

James Sullivan, L.L.D. of Boston, Attorney-General. 
Daniel Davis, of Portland, Solicitor-General. 

Circuit Clerks of the Supreme Judicial Court. 
John Tucker, Esq. of Boston, ) 



Edward P. Hayman, Esq. of Berwick,) 



Circuit Clerks. 



Charles Cushing, Clerk of the Supreme Judicial Court for 
the Counties of Suffolk and Nantucket. 

Benjamin Romans, Crier of all the Courts held in 5uffolk 



JUSTICES throughout the COMMONWEALTH. 



Walter Spencer, N 


ew-Bedf ord 


James Warren, 


Plymouth 


Samuel Holten, 


Danvers 


Solomon Freeman, 


Harwich 


Nathan Cushing, 


Scitua te 


John Read, 


Roxbury 


David Sewall, 


York 


Stephen Choate, 


Ipswich 


James Sullivan, 


Boston 


Jonathan Warner, 


Hardwick 


Robert Treat Paine, ditto 


Daniel Cony, 


Augusta 


Francis Dana, 


Cambridge 


James Bowdoin, 


Boston 


Edward Cutts, 


Kittery 


Elisha May, Attleborough 


John Lowell, 


Roxbury 


Thomas Rice, Pownalborough 


Thomas Dawes, 


Boston 


Ebenezer Thayer, 


Braintree 


Charles Turner, 


Turner 


Theoph. Bradbury, 


Newb.Port 


William Phillips 


, Boston 


Daniel 'Whitney, 


Sherburne 


William Heath, 


Roxbury 


5amuel Fowler, 


Westfield 


Samuel Lyman, 5 


pringf ield 


George Leonard, 


Norton 


Ebenezer Bridge, 


Chelmsford 


Simon Frye, 


Fryeburgh 


John Hastings, 


Hatfield 


Josiah Stearns, 


Lunenburgh 


Eleazer Brooks, 


Lincoln 


Oliver Prescott, 


Groton 


William Shepard, 


Westfield 


Nathaniel Wells, 


Wells 


Oliver Wendell, 


Boston 


Fisher Ames, 


Dedham 


Thomas Dawes, jun 


ditto 


Elijah Brigham,W 


es thorough 


Theophilus Parsons, ditto 







32 



JUSTICES of the COMMON PLEAS in SUFFOLK COUNTY. 

Shearjashub Bourne, of Qostun, Cniuf Justice. 
Joseph Gardner, of Boston. 
William Donnison, of Boston. 

iul'1 Cooper, of Boston. 
William 5herburne, of Boston, Special Justice. 

Charles Cushing, of Boston, Clerk Df the Common Pleas. 
Edward Jackson, Clerk of the Court of General Sessions. 

George Richards Minot, of Boston, Judge of Probate. 
Perkins Nichols, of Boston, Register of Probate. 

Courts of Probate in Suffolk are held at the Probate 
Office, at the south-east corner, on the lower floor of 
the Court-House, in Court-Street, Boston, every Tuesday 
in the year, except the first Tuesday in each month. 

Ebenezer Seaver, of Boston, County Treasurer. 
William Alline, of Boston, Register of Deeds. 

JUSTICES of the QUORUM: 



Joseph Gardner, Boston 

Joseph Greenleaf, ditto 

Ezekiel Price, ditto 

John Avery, ditto 

Charles Cushing, ditto 

George R. Minot, ditto 

William Donnison, ditto 



Shearjashub Bourne, Boston 
Samuel Cooper, ditto 
Peleg Coffin, ditto 
Edward Gray, ditto 

William Sherburne, ditto 
Samuel Norton, Hingham 



JUSTICES of the PEACE 



William Tudor, 


Boston 


Samuel Eliot , 


Boston 


Thomas Edwards, 


ditto 


John Andrews, 


ditto 


Edward Gray, 


ditto 


Samuel Clap , 


di ttc 


Nathaniel Balch, 


ditto 


William Stevenson, 


ditto 


John Tucker, 


ditto 


Ebenezer Seaver, 


ditto 


David Tilden, 


ditto 


Simon Elliot, 


ditto 


William Harris, 


ditto 


John Davis, 


ditto 


Rufus G. Anory, 


ditto 


Arnold Welles, jun. 


ditto 


William Sherburne, 


ditto 


William 5pooner, 


ditto 


Harrison G. Otis, 


ditto 


John Hurd, 


ditto 


John Lowell, jun. 


ditto 


William Alline, 


ditto 


John Phillips, 


ditto 


Ebenezer Gay, 


ditto 


Samuel Gardner, 


ditto 


William Sullivan, 


ditto 


Joseph May, 


ditto 


David Greene, 


ditto 


William Smith, 


ditto 


Samuel Parkman, 


ditto 


William Phillips, jun 


. ditto 


George Blake, 


ditto 



Justices of the Peace in Suffolk County, continued.) 



Joseph Hall , 
Josiah Quincy, 
Charles Paine, 
Edward Jackson, 
Joseph Peirce, 
Nathan Frazer, 
Isaac Rand, 
John Callender, 



John W. Folson, 
William Porter, 
Robert Gardner, 



Boston 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 



Charles Bulfinch, Boston 

Charles Storer, ditto 

Josiah Batchelder, Chelsea 

Henry H. Williams, ditto 

Abner Lincoln, Hingham 

James Warren, jun. ditto 

Robert Gould, Hull 



CORONERS in SUFFOLK. 



Boston 
ditto 
ditto 



Joseph Andrews, 
H. H. Williams, 



Hingham 
Chelsea 



Jeremiah Allen, Esq. of Boston, Sheriff. 
Shubael Bell, ditto, Deputy-Sheriff. 

Oliver Hartshorne, ditto, Deputy-Sheriff and Gaol- 
Keeper. 



COUNTY of NORFOLK 



JUSTICES of the COMMON PLEAS, Etc. 

Edward H. Robbins, of Milton, Chief Justice. 
Ebenezer Warren, of Foxborough. 
Oliver Everett, of Dorchester. 

Daniel Perry, of Medfield, ) _ . , . 

M j. • t j c n ju \ Special Justices. 

Horatio Townsend, of Dedham,} r 

Horatio Townsend, of Dedham, Clerk of the Common Pleas. 
Nathaniel Ames, of Dedham, Clerk of the Sessions. 

Edward H. Robbins, of Milton, ) 

Fisher Ames, of Dedham, ) appointed to qualify 

John Read, of Roxbury, ) Civil Officers. 

Ebenezer Warren, of Foxborough,) 

William Heath, of Roxbury, Judge of Probate. 
Samuel Haven, of Dedham, Register of Probate. 

Courts of Probate in Norfolk County are held at the Pro- 
bate Office in Dedham, the first Tuesday in every month, 
and at Arnold's Tavern in Quincy, the first Thursday in 
February, and the second Tuesday in May, August and Novem- 
ber, annually. 

Isaac Bullard, of Dedham, County Treasurer. 
Eliphalet Pond, of Dedham, Register of Deeds. 



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JU5TICE5 of the PEACE and QUORUM in NOREOLK. 



Cotton Tufts, Weymouth 

Richard Cranch, Quincy 

Jabez fisher, franklin 

Thomas Lothrop, Cohasset 

Edward H. Robbins, Milton 

Thomas Crane, ditto 



fisher Amei,, Dedharn 

Nathaniel Ames, ditto 

iiam Aspinwall, Brookl. 

William Heath, Roxbury 

John Read, ditto 

Ebenezer Warren, foxboro 



JUSTICES of the PEACE 



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Nathan 

Samuel 

Asa Wh 

Elipha 

James 

David 

Cornel 

Daniel 

Elijah 

Horati 

John B 

Willia 

Jona th 

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Ebenez 

Nathan 

John P 

Thomas 

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h , Rox 
d 
d 
d 
d 



er 



Brain 



dham 
itto 
it to 
outh 
itto 
itto 
tham 
itto 
ield 
itto 
itto 
itto 
dham 
itto 
line 
bury 
itto 
itto 
itto 
itto 
tree 



Abij 
Elia 
Jose 
Pete 
f red 
Seth 
John 
Pela 
Step 
Mose 
Eben 
Pate 
Elis 
Thorn 
Ephr 
Samu 
Benj 
Jose 
Elij 
John 
Laba 



ah R 
kirn 
ph L 
I Ad 
eric 
Bui 
Whi 
tiah 
hen 
s Ev 
ezer 
r B. 
ha D 
as L 
aim 
el B 
amin 
ph H 
ah C 
Gar 
n Ba 



ichardson , 

Adams , 

ovell , 

ams , 

k Pope, 

lard , 

ting, 

fisher, 
Badham , 
erett , 

Miller, 

Adams , 
oane , 
othrop , 
wales, 
ass , 

Randall , 
ewins , 
rane , 
dner , 
tes , 



Me 

d 

d 

S toug 

d 

Wal 

f ran 

d 

Dorche 

d 

Qu 

d 

Coha 

d 

Rand 

d 

Sh 

d 

Ca 

Mi 

Bellin 



dway 
i tto 
itto 
h ton 
itto 
pole 
klin 
itto 
s ter 
itto 
incy 
itto 
sset 
itto 
olph 
itto 
aron 
itto 
n ton 
lton 
gham 



CORONERS 



William Heath, jun. Roxbury 

William Brewer, ditto 

Jesse Dagget, ditto 

Nathan Draper, ditto 

Nathaniel Ruggles, ditto 

5amuel Bailey, Weymouth 

Jonathan felt, Wrentham 
Daniel Holbrook , jun . ditto 

Thomas Brastow, ditto 

Thomas White, ditto 

Paul fisher, ditto 



John Endicot, 
William Whiting, 
Adam Jones, 
Francis Curtis, 
George Ellis, 
Zenas french, 
Caleb french, 
Ebenezer Davis, 
Ebenezer Heath, 
Jabin Fisher, 
Aaron Everett, 



Dedham 

di tto 

Dover 

Sharon 

Medfield 

Randolph 

Brain tree 

Brookline 

ditto 

Can ton 

f oxborough 



(Coroners in Norfolk County, continued.) 



Amariah Marsh, 
Jesse Pratt, 
Joseph Ware, 
Jonathan Adams, tert 
Ralph Bullard, 
David Smith, jun. 
Elisha Donne, 



Foxborough 

ditto 

Medway 

ditto 

ditto 

Needham 

Cohasse t 



Rufus Peirce, 
Jason Fisher, 
Amasa Richardson, 
Daniel Clap, 
Isaac Bullard, 
E. Withington , 3d . 
Samuel Capen,2d. 



Milton 

Franklin 

ditto 

W a 1 p o 1 e 

ditto 

Dorchester 

Stough ton 



ienjamin Clark Cutler, of Roxbury, Sheriff. 



DEPUTY-SHERIFFS. 



Elisha Thayer, 
Elias Cook, 
Nathaniel Ballard, 



Braintree 
Bellingham 



Abner Ellis, 
Thomas Kdllock, 



Needham James Howe, 
Samuel Daggett, of Dedham, Deputy Goal-Keeper. 



Medfield 
Sharon 
Roxbury 



COUNTY OF ESSEX. 

JUSTICES of the COMMON PLEAS, Etc. 

Samuel Holten, of Danvers. 
Ebenezer March, of Newbury. 
John Treadwell, of Salem. 

Samuel Nye, of Salisbury, Special Justice. 

Thomas Bancroft, of Salem, Clerk of the Courts of Common 
Pleas, Sessions, etc. 

Samuel Holten, of Danvers, Judge of Probate. 
Daniel Noyes, of Ipswich, Register of Probate. 



Probate Courts in the County of Essex are holden at the 
Probate Office in Ipswich, on the first Monday and Tuesday 
of every month in the year — At the dwelling-house of Capt. 
Benjamin Webb, innholder in Salem, on the last Mondays in 
March and June, and Tuesday and Wednesday following the 
last Monday in said months, and on Wednesday, Thursday, and 
Friday following the first Monday in November — At the Town- 
House in Newbury-Port , on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 
following the first Monday in the months of May, August and 
Oc tober . 

John Pickering, of Salem, Register of Deeds. 
Stephen Choate, of Ipswich, County Treasurer. 



JUSTICES of the PEACE and of the QUORUM in ESSEX 



Nicholas Pike, l\N;wburyport 

Ebenezer March, Newbury 

Samuel Phillips, Andover 

Nathaniel Lovejoy, ditto 

Joshua Holt, ditto 

Stephen Choate, Ipswich 

Daniel Noyes, ditto 

Nathan Dane, Beverly 

Samuel Sewall, Marblehead 

Samuel Holten, 
Stephen Choate 
Ebenezer March 
John Treadwell 
Nathan Dane 
Daniel Noyes, 



John Pickering, 
John Treadwell, 
Isaac Osgood, 
Richard Manninj, 
Thomas Bancroft, 
Benjamin Goodhue, 
Nath. Marsh, 
Samuel Nye, 



Salem 
di t to 

ditto 
ditto 
di t to 
ditto 
Haverhill 
Salisbury 



Appointed to qualify 
Civil Officers. 



^13110 



JUSTICES of the PEACE. 



Silas Little, 
John Osgood, 
Stephen Hooper, 
Josiah Little, 
Stephen Cross, 
Benaiah Titcomb, 
Enoch Titcomb, 
George Bradbury, 
Charles Jackson, 
John Carnes, 
James Gardner, 
Jamijs Robinson, 
Daniel Thurston, 
Peter Russell, 
Nathaniel Thursto 
Peter Coffin, 
Obadiah Parsons, 
John Rowe, 
William Tuck , 
Joseph Sprague, 
William Pickman, 
William Prescott, 
Thomas Bancroft, 
Samuel Putnam, 
John Norris, 
Benjamin Pickman, 



Newbury 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

Newburypor t 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

Lynn 

ditto 

di tto 

Bradford 

ditto 

n , ditto 

Gloucester 
ditto 
ditto 

Manchester 
Salem 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 



Willi 

Josep 

Richa 

I saac 

Natha 

Josia 

Josep 

Elish 

Moses 

Tyler 

I srae 

Amos 

Jona . 

Asa A 

John 

Danie 

Natha 

Ban j a 

Jacob 

Edmun 

Parke 

Thoma 

Moody 

Orlan 

Chris 

Danie 



am Gray , ] 
h P^rk ins 
rd Ward, 

Mansf iel 
n Bowen, 
h Batchel 
h wood, 
a W h itrte y , 

Brown , 

Porter, 
1 Hutchin 
Putnam, 
Cogswell , 
ndrews , 
Heard , 
1 Rogers, 
niel Wade 
min Evans 

Brown , 
d Noyes, 
r Cleavel 
s Mighill 

Spaf f ord 

topher Se 
1 Currier 



un . 5a lem 

, ditto 

ditto 

d, Marblehead 

ditto 

der, Beverly 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

Wenham 

son, Danvers 

ditto 

j un . I pswich 

di t to 

ditto 

ditto 

, ditto 

, Salisbury 

dittc 

ditto 

and, Rowley 

, ditto 

, ditto 

nt, Amesbury 

rgeant, ditto 

, j u n . ditto 



37 



Justices of the Peace in Essex County, continued.) 



Joshua Giddings, 
James Ingalls, 
Stephen Darker, 
Neh.Cleaveland, 
Jas. Duncan, jun. 
Francis Carr, 



Hamilton 

Me thuen 

ditto 

Topsf ield 

Haverhill 

ditto 



Samuel Merrill, 
Ichabod Tucker, 
John Robinson, 
Thomas Perley, 
Peter Osgood, 
Samuel Abbot, 



Haverhill 
ditto 

Doxf ord 
ditto 

Andover 
ditto 



CORONERS. 



Jerem . Pearson , 


N 


ewburyport 


William Pearson, 


Gloucester 


Daniel Horton, 




ditto 


Enoch Rogers, 


Amesbury 


Stephen Ilsley, 




Newbury 


Nathaniel Wade, 


I pswich 


Ephraim Breed, 




Lynn 


Stephen Choate,jun. ditto 


Ezekiel Cheever, 




ditto 


Enoch Bradley, 


ditto 


Amos Rhodes, 




ditto 


John Huse, 


M e t h u e n 


Jonathan Kimball, 




Bradford 


John Sargeant,jun. ditto 


Eliphalet Rollins 


y 


ditto 


Joseph Fairfield 


, W e n h a m 


J c s a p h Wood, 




Beverly 


Isaac Mansfield, 


Marblehead 


John L o w , 




ditto 


Jonathan Smith, 


Salisbury 


Lemuel Wood, 




Boxf ord 


Joseph Pike, 


Rowley 


Is. Hutchinson, jun 


• 


Danvers 


Joshua Packard, 


di tto 


Stephen Cook , 




Salem 


James Smiley, 


Haverhill 


Henry Ingalls , 




Andover 


Samuel White, jun 


ditto 


Putnam Ingalls, 




ditto 







Bailey Bartlett, of Haverhill, Sheriff. 



Philip Bagley, Newburyport 
Jeremiah Stamford, Ipswich 
Joseph Tureil, Salem 



DEPUTY-SHERIFF5. 

John Hudson, 



David Bradley, 
Benjamin Stacy, 



Salem 

Haverhill 

Gloucester 



COUNTY of MIDDLESEX. 



JUSTICES of the COMMON PLEAS, Etc. 

James Winthrop, of Cambridge. 
William Hull, of Newton. 
Ephraim Wood, of Concord. 

Joseph B. Varnum, of Dracut, ) ^ . -, . 

, • n i^ • -c i / u \ Special Justice 

Loammi Baldwin, of Woburn, ) r 



s . 



Abraham Biglow, of Cambridge, Clerk of the Courts of Common 
Pleas and Sessions 



Oliver Prescott, of Groton, Judge of Probate 
James Winthrop, of Cambridge, Register of Probate 



36 



The Probate Courts in Middlesex C ,unt held 
f bridge, on the first Tuesdays of April, May, June, Sep- 
tember, Uctober, November and December— At Concord, the 
second Tuesdays of March, April, May dnd June; the M j 
Tuesday of September, and the second Tuesdays in October 
and November — At Groton, on the third Tuesdays of April 
and Uctober. 

Samuel Dartlett, of Cambridge, Register of Deeds. 
Ebenezer Bridge, of Chelmsford, County Treasurer. 

JUSTICES of the PEACE and of the QUORUM. 



Uliver Prescott, 




Groton 


Daniel Whitney, 


Sherburn 


Timothy Biglow, 




ditto 


John Stone, 


Hollis ton 


James VJin throp , 


C 


ambridge 


Joseph B. Varnum, 


Dracutt 


William Winthrop, 




ditto 


Parker Varnum, 


di t to 


Ebenezer Bradish, 




ditto 


Erancis Eaulkner, 


Ac ton 


Abraham Biglow, 




ditto 


John P i tts , 


Dunstable 


Ephraim Wood, 




Concord 


I saac Stearns , 


Billerica 


Abiel Heywood, 




ditto 


William Hull, 


Newton 


Duncan Ingraham, 




Medford 


Zaacheus Wright, 


Westford 


Samuel Swan, 




ditto 


Josiah 3artlett,Ch 


arles town 


Joseph Cordis, 




Reading 






Oliver Prescott, 


o 


f Groton 






James Winthrop, of 


Cambridge, ) 




William Hull, of 


N 


ewton , 


) Appointed to 


quali- 


Ephraim Wood, of 


C 


oncord , 


) fy Civil Off 


icers . 


Ebenezer Bridge, 


D 


f Chelmsford , ) 




Joseph B. Varnum 


> 


of Dracutt , ) 





JUSTICES of the PEACE. 



John Remington, 




Wa tertown 


Theodore Lyman, 




Waltham 


Amos Bend, 




ditto 


Abner Sanderson, 




ditto 


Nath. R. Whitney, 




ditto 


Nathan Puller, 




Newton 


William Hunt, 




ditto 


Timothy Jackson, 




ditto 


Aaron Putnam, 


Ch 


arles town 


Ezra Sargeant, 




Maiden 


Phillips Payson,j 


un . 


ditto 


Bernard Green, 




ditto 


AfTemas Ward, 




ditto 


William Rice, 




Sudbury 


Stephen Dana, 




Cambridge 


Nath. Reeves, Ea 


st 


- Sudbury 


Aaron Hill, 




ditto 


Joseph Bryant, 




S toneham 


Samuel Bartlett, 




ditto 


Joshua Longley, 




Shirley 


Loammi Baldwin, 




Woburn 


Thomas Jhitney, 




ditto 


Samuel Thompson, 




ditto 


Timoth. Walker, 


W 


ilmington 


John Walker, 




ditto 


William Blanchar 


d, 


ditto 


William Eisk, 




Waltham 


Joseph Heald, 




Pepperell 



(Justices of the Peace in Middlesex County, continued.) 



Henry Woods, 




Pepperell 


Abiel Heywood, 


Concord 


John Walton, 




ditto 


Jonathan Pay, 


ditto 


James Brazer, 




Gro ton 


Daniel Rogers, 


Littleton 


James Prescott, 




ditto 


David Lawrence, 


ditto 


Oliver Prescott, j 


un 


ditto 


Joel Parkhurst 


Dunstable 


Samuel Dana, 




ditto 


Wm . Thompson, 


Billerica 


Samuel Lawrence, 




ditto 


Edward Farmer, 


ditto 


Timothy Jones, 




Bedford 


Jonathan Powers, 


ditto 


Benjamin Brown, 




Lexington 


Danl. Adams, jun. 


Townsend 


John Bridge, 




ditto 


Asa Parlin, 


Carlisle 


Peter Wood, 


M 


arlborough 


Jonathan Heald, 


ditto 


Edward Barnes, 




ditto 


Silas Taylor, 


Boxborough 


Samuel Park, 




Holliston 


Joseph Adams, 


Lincoln 


Ephraim Littlefie 


Id 


, ditto 


Samuel Hoar, 


ditto 


Abel Boynton, 




Wes tf ord 


Ephraim Russell, 


Stow 


Oliver Barron, 




Chelmsford 


John Maynard, 


Framingham 


Samuel Pitts, jun. 




ditto 


William Boden, 


Natick 


Matthew Metcalf, 




Hopkinton 


James Bancroft, 


Reading 


Jonathan Lock, 




Ashby 


Benjamin Upton, 


ditto 


Allen Flagg, 




ditto 


William Hildreth, 


Dracu t 


Jonathan Brown, 




Tewksbury 


Eben. Bancroft, 


Tyngsboro' 


William Brown, 




ditto 
COROf 


Jeremy Stimpson, 

\1ERS. 


Hopkinton 


Eliph. Newall, 


Charlestown 


Adam Hawkes, 


Reading 


David Brown , 




Concord 


Joseph Underwood, 


ditto 


John Whi te , 




Billerica 


Caleb Hay ward, 


Weston 


Ephraim Kidder, jun. 


ditto 


Ephraim Russell, 


Groton 


Benjamin Bowers, 




ditto 


Sampson Woods, 


ditto 


Samuel Heath, 




Cambridge 


David Curtis, East-Sudbury 


Jeduthun Willingt 


on 


, ditto 


Collins Damon, 


ditto 


Samuel Sparhawk, 




ditto 


John Pike, 


Framingham 


Edmund Richardson 




Woburn 


Samuel Haven, 


Hopkinton 


Jonathan Thompson 


> 


ditto 


Ebenezer Parker, 


Chelmsford 


Amos Bradley, 




Dracutt 


Oliver Richardson 


, ditto 


Israel Hildreth, 




ditto 


Ezra Blodget, Ty 


ngsborough 


Silas Gates, 


M 


arlborough 


Jacob Tuttle, 


Wes tf ord 


Ben j . Easterbrook 


> 


Lexington 


Jonathan Keyes, 


ditto 


Eseck Marsh, 




Holliston 


John Leighton, 


ditto 


John Stone, jun. 




ditto 


Jona.Whitcomb, 


Littleton 


Nathan Whiting, 




ditto 


Jonathan Davis, 


Acton 


Abel Blood, 




Carlisle 


David Barnard, 


ditto 


Edward Wade, 




Maiden 


Joseph Jackson, j 


un. Newton 



(Coroners in Middlesex County, continued.) 



Joel Jenkins, 
Calvin Longley, 
Leonard Park hurst, 



'Wilmington 

Shirley 

Dunstable 



James Dullard, 
Stephen Bru 



Joseph Hosrner, of Concord, Sheriff. 



Sherborn 
Townsend 



40 



DEPUTY-SHERIFFS 



Abijah Thompson, 
Eph. Littlefield, 
Eliel Littlefield, 
Joseph Mo ores, 
Tho. Richardson, 



Woburn 

Hollis ton 

di tto 

Gro ton 

v/estford 



John Flagg, East-Sudbury 
Stephen Wyman, Ashby 

Jonathan Barron, Chelmsboro' 
Peter Edes, Charlestown 



COUNTY of PLYMOUTH 



JUSTICES of the COMMON PLEAS, Etc. 



Benjamin Willis, of Bridgwater. 
William Watson, of Plymouth. 

Fnkr^'m Q „ _, _, _, „ _ -A Pl„ mnl ,4-h 




Probate Courts in the County of Plymouth are held at Hanover, 
on the first Mondays in September, December, March and June— 
At Plympton, on the first Mondays in October, November, January, 
February, May, July and August, and the first Tuesday in April. 

Rosseter Cotton, of Plymouth, Register of Deeds. 
Ephraim Spooner, of Plymouth, County Treasurer. 



JUSTICES of the PEACE and of the QUORUM. 



William Sever, Kingston 

William Watson, Plymouth 

Nathaniel Goodwin, ditto 

Joshua Thomas, ditto 

Ephraim Spooner, ditto 



Benjamin W i 1 1 i s , 
Daniel Howard, 
Isaac Thompson, 
Charles Turner, 
Abraham Holmes, 



Bridgwater 

ditto 

Middleboro' 

Sci tua te 

Rochester 



JUSTICES of the PEACE in PLYMOUTH COUNTY. 



Isaac Loth 
Josiah Cot 
Abner Bart 
Henry Warr 
William Le 
Rosseter C 
John D. Du 
William J a 
Martin Par 
John Nelso 
Nehemiah B 
Joshua W h i 
Wilkes Woo 
Nathaniel 
Nathan Wil 
Nath. Hamm 
Elijah Tur 
Hayward Pi 
Elijah Bis 
Luke Bickn 
Samuel Nor 
Aaron Hoba 
Gamaliel B 



rop, 
ton , 
lett, 
en , 

Barron , 
otton , 
nbar , 
ckson , 
ris , 

n, Midd 
enne t , 
te , 

d, 

Ruggles, 

lis , 

ond, 3d . 

nor, 

erce , 

bee, j u n . 

ell 

ton , 

r t , j u n . 

radf ord , 



Plymouth 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
leborough 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
Rochester 
ditto 
ditto 

Scituate 
ditto 

Plymp ton 

Abington 
ditto 
ditto 

Duxboro * 



Judah 

Perez 

I srael 

David 

Beza H 

Daniel 

Jona th 

Iffach 

Daniel 

Nahum 

Ebenez 

Seth D 

Jededi 

Asa W a 

Elisha 

Josiah 

John T 

Kilbor 

Joseph 

David 

Ben jam 

Nehemi 

Josiah 



Aide 
Brad 

Fea 
Nye, 
aywa 

How 
an C 
ar 5 

Sno 
Mite 
er W 
rew, 
ah H 
term 

Phi 

Smi 
urne 
n Wh 

Smi 
Stoc 
in W 
ah C 

Tho 



n, 

ford , 
ring, 

rd, 

ard , jun . 

rane , 

nell , 

w, 

hell, 

ashburn , 

olmes , 
an , 

Hips , 
th, 

r, 

itman , 
th, 

kbridge , 
hitman , 
obb , 
mpson , 



Duxborough 

ditto 

Wareham 

ditto 

Bridgwater 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

Kingston 

ditto 

ditto 

Marshf ield 

ditto 

Pembroke 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

Hanover 

ditto 

Carver 

Halifax 



CORONERS. 



David Kingman, 
Caleb Howard, 
Wait Ford, 
Charles Turner, 
Isaac Bowen Barker, 
Lemuel Turner, 
Samuel Waterman, 
Samuel Savory, 
Mark Haskell, 



Bridgwater 

ditto 

Pembroke 

ditto 

ditto 

Scituate 

ditto 

Wareham 

ditto 



Stephen Samson, 

Thomas Jackson, 

David Bacon, 

Jonathan Nash, 

Benjamin Alden, 

Caleb Atwood, 

Nathaniel Haskell, Rochester 

William Lewis, Marsh field 

Josiah Smith, Hanover 



Plymouth 

jun. ditto 

d i 1 1 o 

Abington 

Duxborou gh 

Carver 



George Partridge, of Duxborough, Sheriff. 



Snow Stetson, 
John Adams, jun 
Amos Shaw, 
Job Turner, 



DEPUTY-SHERIFFS. 



Scituate 

Kingston 

Pembroke 

ditto 



David Oldham, ditto 

Gideon Bradford , jun . Plympton 
Lemuel Briggs, Middleborou gh 
Nathaniel Wilder, jun. ditto 



42 



( Depu ty-Sherif f s in Plymouth Count , ntinued.) 



Jedediah Little, Marahfield 
Horatio Cushinj, Hanover 
Abiel Harris, Abington 
Micah White, ditto 

Israel Fearing, jun. Waruham 



Martin Howai , 
Lliam Harri , 
■on Pratt, 
William Crapo, 

Nicholas C.apo, 



Bridgwa te r 

di 
di ■ 
Rochester 

di t to 



COUNTY OF BARNSTABLE. 



JUSTICES of the COMMON PLEAS, Etc. 

Nathaniel Freeman, of Sandwich. 
Solomon Freeman, of Harwich. 
Ebenezer Bacon, of Barnstable. 
Samuel Savage, of Barnstable. 

John Davis, of Barnstable, ) _ . , 

n ■ j c -jj £■ -a xu- \ bpeciaJ Justices. 

David Licudder, of Barnstable,) r 

Joseph Otis, of Barnstable, Clerk of the °leas and Sessions, 
Also Clerk of the Supreme Judicial Court, for the Counties 
of Barnstable and Dukes County. 

John Davis, of Barnstable, Judge of Probate. 
Nathaniel Freeman, of Sandwich, Register of Probate. 

Eben. Bacon, of Barnstable, Register of Deeds &. County Treasurer, 



JUSTICES of the PEACE and of the QUORUM. 



Joseph Otis , 
Ebenezer Bacon , 
Ebenezer Crocker, 



Barnstable 
ditto 
ditto 



Nathaniel Freeman, Sandwich 
Solomon Freeman, Harwich 



JUSTICES of the PEACE. 



Elisha Perry, Sandwich 

Silvanus Nye, ditto 

Wendell Davis, ditto 

James Freeman, ditto 

Joseph Parker, Falmouth 

Jonathan 0. Freeman, ditto 

Joseph Palmer, jun. ditto 

David Nye, ditto 

Joseph Doane, Chatham 

Isaac Sparrow, Orleans 

Simeon Kingman, ditto 

Elisha Mayo, Eastham 

Silvanus Snow, Truro 



John Davis, 
Samuel Savage, 
David Scudder, 
Timothy Phinney, 
Holmes Allen , 
Samuel Waterman, 
David Thacher, 
Thomas Thacher, 
Jeremiah Howes, 
E.Broadbrooks,jun. 
Silvanus Stone, 
Solomon Freeman, ju 



Barnstable 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

Wellfleet 

Yarmouth 

ditto 

Dennis 

Harwich 

ditto 

n . ditto 



CORONERS in BARNSTABLE COUNTY. 



Lemuel Pope, Sandwich Josiah Thacher, 

Richard Sears, Chatham Michael Collins, 

Benjamin Pepper, Eastham Isaiah Parker, 
_evi Stevens, Truro William Crosby, 

Samuel Bourne, jun. Ealrnouth 

Joseph Dimmick, of Falmouth, Sheriff. 



Yarmouth 

Wellfleet 

Barnstable 

Harwich 



DEPUTY-SHERIFFS. 



Ephraim Berry, 
John Thacher, 
Timothy Phinney, 
Joseph Chipman, 
Lewis Gorham, 
John Nye, jun. 
Caleb Perry, 
Josiah Sparrow, 



Barnstable 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
Sandwich 
ditto 
Orleans 



Elnathan Nye, 

Eldridge, 

Jonathan Snow, 
Nathan Broadbrooks, 
Anthony Snow, 
Solomon Dyer, 
Enoch Hallet, 
David Doane, 



Falmouth 

Dennis 

Harwich 

ditto 

Truro 

Wallfleet 

Yarmouth 

Eastham 



COUNTY of BRISTOL. 



JUSTICES of the COMMON PLEAS, Etc. 

George Leonard, of Norton. 
Stephen Bullock, of Rehoboth. 
Samuel Tobey, of Berkley 
Edward Pope, of New-Bedford. 

Elisha May, of Attleborough , ) c . , . , . 
, , . . , i . r- -r \ Special Justices. 

James Williams, of Taunton, j r 

Samuel Fales, of Taunton, Clerk of the Courts of Common 
Pleas and Sessions. 

Seth Padelford, of Taunton, Judge of Probate. 
William Baylies, of Dighton, Register of Probate. 

Probate Courts in the County of Bristol are held on the 
first Tuesday of each month, as follows: — At Taunton, in 
January, March and August — At Norton, in July and December- 
At Rehoboth, in April and September — At Dighton, in June 
and November--At New-Bedford, in May and October — At Free- 
town, in February. 

James Williams, of Taunton, Register of Deeds. 
Samuel Crocker, County Treasurer. 



JUSTICES of the PEACE and QUORUM in RI iTOL. 



kU 



George Leonard, Norton 
William Baylies, Dighton 
Ephr. Starkweather , Rehoboth 
Edward Pope, New-Bedford 
Alden Spooner, ditto 



Elisha May, 
Samuel Pales, 
Seth Padelford, 
James Williams, 
San uel Tobey , 



A t tleborough 

Taun ton 

di t tu 

ditto 

Berkley 



JUSTICES of the PlACE. 



Poster Swift, 




Taunton 


Daniel Carpenter, 


Rehoboth 


Samuel Leonard, 




ditto 


5tephen Bullock, 


ditto 


James Sprout, 




ditto 


David Perry, 


ditto 


James Tisdale, 




ditto 


Calvin Martin, 


ditto 


Nicholas Tillingh 


ast 


ditto 


Janes Ellis, 


ditto 


Jonathan Ingall, 


jun . 


ditto 


Lem. Williams, N 


ew-Bedf ord 


Benjamin Williams 


> 


ditto 


Samuel Perry, jun. 


ditto 


Josiah Dean, 




Raynham 


Seth Spooner, 


ditto 


Jonathan Shaw, 




ditto 


John Smi th , 


ditto 


Seth Washburn, 




ditto 


Hodijah Baylies, 


Dighton 


Christopher Mason 


i 


Swanzey 


Tho.BayliesRichmon 


d , ditto 


Jesse Bullock , 




Preetown 


George Ware, 


ditto 


Nathaniel Morton, 


3d. 


ditto 


Joel Packard, 


Dartmouth 


Ephraim Winslow, 




ditto 


Elihu Slocum, 


ditto 


Charles Durfee, 




d i tto 


Samuel Guild , 


Eas ton 


William Almy, 




Westport 


Elijah Howard, 


ditto 


Abner Brownell, 




ditto 


Daniel Wheaton, 


ditto 


Robert Earl, 




ditto 


John Pool , 


di tto 


John Doggett, 


Attl 


eborou gh 


Laban Wheaton, 


Morton 


Caleb Richardson, 




ditto 


Ephraim Raymond, 


ditto 


I saac Dean , 


f 


lansf ield 


Samuel Morey, 


ditto 


Benjamin Bates, 




ditto 


John Bowers, 


Somerset 


Thomas Carpenter, 




Rehoboth 


Apollos Tobey, 


Berk ley 



CORONERS. 



Asa Danforth, 
John Brown, jun. 
Oliver Starkweather, 
Elkanah Prench, jun. 
Thomas Carpenter , 4th 
Jonathan Reed, 
Joel Reed, 
Levi MaiXcy, 
Isaac Hodges, jun 
David Drown, 



Taunton 

Rehoboth 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

Preetown 

Attleborough 

ditto 



Norton 
Swanzey 



William Mason, 
Levi Prench, 
Roland Howard, 
Daniel Ma comber, 
Jirah Willis, 
Benjamin Tucker, 
Elihu Slocum, 2d 
Abner Brownell, 
Henry Britton, 



Swanzey 

Berkley 

Easton 

ditto 

New-Bedford 

Dartmouth 

ditto 

Westport 

Raynham 



Zephaniah Leonard, of Raynham, Sheriff. 



DEPUTY-SHERIFFS in BRISTOL COUNTY 



Seth Crossman, Taunton 

John Porter, ditto 

Samuel Padelford, ditto 

Oliver Soper, ditto 

Matthew Whitmarsh, Dighton 

William Reed, Freetown 
Benjamin Porter, jun. ditto 

Samuel French, Berkley 

Benj . Brownell, jun. Westport 

Roger White, ditto 

Isaac Dean, jun. Mansfield 



Walter 
John C 
Elipha 
Joseph 
Willia 
Ebenez 
George 
Stephe 
Josiah 
Adonij 
Royal 



Spooner, 2d 
ogswell, 
let Slack, 

Wheaton , 
m Verry, 
er Titus, 

Gilbert, 
n Barker, 

Allen, A 
ah White, 
Chase, 



. N.Bedford 

ditto 

Rehoboth 

ditto 

Norton 

ditto 

ditto 

Dartmouth 

ttleborough 

Easton 

Swansey 



DUKES COUNTY. 

JUSTICES of the COMMON PLEAS, Etc. 

James Athearn, of Tisbury. 
Shubael Cottle, of Tisbury. 
Benjamin Bassett, of Chilmark. 
Beriah Norton, of Edgarton. 

Benjamin Mayhew, of Chilmark, Special Justice. 

Cornelius Marchant, of Edgarton, Clerk of the Pleas and 
Sessions . 

James Athearn, of Tisbury, Judge of Probate. 
Thomas Cooke, of Edgarton, Register of Probate. 

Samuel Smith, of Edgarton, Registerof Deeds. 
Jethro Athearn, of Tisbury, County Treasurer. 



JUSTICES of the PEACE and of the QUORUM. 



James Athearn, 
Shubael Cottle, 



Tisbury [William Jernigan, 
ditto |Beriah Norton, 



Edgarton 
ditto 



James Athearn, ) 

Shubael Cottle,) Appointed to qualify 
Beriah Norton, ) Civil Officers. 
Thomas Cooke, ) 



JUSTICES of the PEACE. 



Thomas Cook, 
William Butler, 
Nathaniel Bassett, 



Edgarton Benjamin Bassett, Chilmark 
ditto Matthew Mayhew, jun. ditto 
Chilmark 



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CORONERS in DUKES COUNTY. 

William Case, Tisbury Uames Coffin, 

Benjamin Smith, of Edgarton, Sheriff. 



Edgarton 



Thomas Jones, 



DEPUTY-SHERIFFS. 

Tisbury |William Mayhew, 



Edgarton 



COUNTY of NANTUCKET. 

(The County of Nantucket consists of one Town, formerly called 
Sherburne, but lately, by Law, named Nantucket.) 



JUSTICES of the COMMON PLEAS, Etc. 



Josiah Barker, 
Stephen Huffey, 



Josiah Barker, jun. 
Josiah Coffin. 



Christopher Huffey,) e . , . . . 

□ . r- . \ Special Justices. 

Peter Easton, ) r 

Oliver C. Bartlett, Clerk of the Pleas and Sessions 

Jethro Huffey, Judge of Probate. 
Abner Coffin, Register of Probate. 

Nathaniel Colman, Register of Deeds. 
Josiah Coffin, County Treasurer. 

JUSTICES of the PEACE and of the QUORUM. 

William Hammatt, Christopher Huffey. 

Stephen Huffey, 

Josiah Barker, 
Stephen Huffey, 
William Hammatt, 
Josiah Coffin, 
Christopher Huffey, 



Appointed to qualify 
Civil Officers. 



JUSTICES of the PEACE. 



Josiah Coffin, 
Abner Coffin, 



Isaac Coffin, 
Josiah Barker, jun 



Caleb Bunker, Coroner. 



John Gardner, Sheriff. 

Charles Folger, Deputy-Sheriff. 



COUNTY of WORCESTER. 

JUSTICES of the COMMON PLEAS, Etc. 

Dwight Foster, of Brookfield, Chief Justice. 
Joseph Dorr, of Brookfield. 
Jonathan Warner, of Hardwick. 
Elijah Brigham, of Westborough. 

Benjamin Heywood, of Worcester, ) 

Salem Towne, of Charlton, ) Special Justices. 

Thomas W. Ward, of Shrewsbury, ) 

Joseph Allen, of Worcester, Clerk of the Pleas and Sessions 
Ephraim Mower, of Worcester, Crier of the Courts. 

Nathaniel Paine, of Worcester, Judge of Probate. 
Theophilus Wheeler, of Worcester, Register of Probate. 

Probate Courts in Worcester County are held at the Pro- 
bate Office in Worcester, on the first Tuesday in every 
month — On the Thursday next after the third Tuesday in 
May, and the third Tuesday in October, at the house of 
Mr. Joshua Wright, innholder, in Templeton— The second 
Tuesday in April, and fourth in October, at the house of 
Capt. Draper, innholder, in the West Parish of Brookfield 
— The third Tuesday in May and November, at the house 
of Mr. Nathaniel Arnold, innholder, in Lancaster--The 
fourth Tuesday in May and November, at the house of 
Messrs. Carpenter and Cummings, innholders, in QVbridge. 

Daniel Clap, of Worcester, Register of Deeds. 
Samuel Allen, of Worcester, County Treasurer. 

JUSTICES of the PEACE and of the QUORUM. 



Levi Lincoln, 
Joseph Allen, 
Nathaniel Paine, 
Benjamin Heywood, 
Joseph Dorr, 
Dwight Foster, 
Thomas Hale, 
Jonathan Warner, 
Thomas Legate, 
Henry Bromfield, 



Worcester 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

Brookfield 

ditto 

ditto 

Hardwick 

Leominster 

Harvard 



Joshua Henshaw, 
Timothy Newell, 
Elijah Brigham, 
William Henshaw, 
David Henshaw, 
Michael Gill, 
Abner Holden, 
Jonathan Grout, 
William Stedman, 



Shrewsbury 

Sturbridge 

Westborough 

Leicester 

ditto 

Princeton 

Westminster 

Petersham 

Lancaster 



Joseph Dorr, ) 

Elijah Brigham, ) 

Joseph Allen, ) 

Nathaniel Paine, ) 



Appointed to qualify 
Civil Officers. 



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JUSTICES of the PEACE in WORCESTER COUNTY. 



Edward Bangs, Worcester 

Samuel Flagg, ditto 

Abraham Lincoln, ditto 

Theophilus Wheeler, ditto 

Isaiah Thomas, ditto 

Daniel Clap, ditto 

Oliver Fisk, ditto 

John Chamberlain, Dudley 

Ezborn Carter, ditto 

Oliver Plympton, Sturbridge 

David Wight, jun. ditto 

Danforth Keyes, Western 

Asa Whetcomb, Princeton 

Silvanius Towne, Oxford 
Ben j . Jostyn, New-Braintree 

John Frink, Rutland 

Moses White, ditto 

Jonas Howe, ditto 

Samuel Crosby, Winchendon 

Israel Whiton, ditto 

Nicholas Dike, Westminster 

Ebenezer Jones, ditto 

Ezra Wood, jun. Upton 

Nathan Putnam, Sutton 

Solomon Leland, ditto 

Aaron Peirce, ditto 

Hezekiah Ward, Paxton 

Nathaniel Crocker, ditto 

Bezaleel Taft, Uxbridge 

Benjamin Adams, ditto 

John Caldwell, Barre 

Benjamin Jenkins, ditto 

Eleazer James, ditto 

John Bisco, Spencer 

Benjamin Drury, ditto 

Jacob Willard, Ashburnham 

Abraham Low, ditto 

Benjamin Goddard, Grafton 

Joseph Wood, ditto 

James Hawes, Westborough 

Andrew Peters, ditto 

William Putnam, Sterling 
Benjamin Richardson, ditto 



John Robbins, 
Amariah Frost, 
Samuel Jones, 
Banjamin Read, 
Seth Hastings, 
Andrew Dexter, 
Philip Ammidon, 
E. Woodward, 
Ezra Taylor, 
Joseph Read, 
Pliny Merrick, 
Daniel Forbes, 
Luke Baldwin, 
Thomas Hale, 



Sterling 

Milford 

ditto 

Mendon 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

Hubbards ton 

Sou thborough 

Brookf ield 

di tto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 



Pelatiah Hitchcock, ditto 

Jabez Upharn, ditto 

Daniel Bigelow, Petersham 

John Chandler, ditto 

Joseph Trumbull, ditto 

William Nicholls, Leominster 

Jonas Kendall, ditto 

Ezra Beaman, Boylston 

James /Longley, ditto 

Israel Atherton, Lancaster 

Timothy Whiting, ditto 

William Stedman, ditto 

Samuel Ward, ditto 

Isaac Gregory, Royalston 

John Dodd, Holden 
Nahum Fay, Northborough 
Jona. Adams, Northbridge 

Paul Whiting, ditto 

Jonathan Whitcomb, Bolton 

5ilas Hafman, ditto 

Aaron Marsh, Douglas 

Benjamin Kimball, Harvard 

John Mycall, ditto 

Silas Cutler, Templeton 

James Humphreys, Athol 

Josiah Goddard, ditto 

Daniel Putnam, Fitchburgh 

Israel Turner, ditto 

Joseph Fobes, Oakham 



(Justices of the Peace in Worcester County, continued.) 



Spencer Field, jun. Oakham 

John Prentiss, Ward 

Amos Johnston, Berlin 

Charles Baker, Gerry 

Simon Goddard, ditto 

Ithamar Ward, ditto 



Thos. W. Ward, 
Paul Dean, 
Aaron Wood, 
Ebenezer Adams, 
Thomas Denny, 



Shrewsbury 

ditto 

Gardner 

Leicester 

ditto 



CORONERS. 



Joshua Whitney, 
John Pierce, 
Ephraim Mower, 
John Symonds, 
Bezaleel Lawrenc 
Jonas Miles, 
William Sprague, 
Joseph Hartwell, 
Peter Brown, 
Silas Jones, 
Thomas Fisher, 
Daniel Oliver, 
Nathan Bridge, 
Jof. Sumner, jun. 
Joseph White, 
William Dodds, 
Gershom Chapin, 
Haywood Kidder, 
Jonathan Day, 
Jabez Day, 
William Stearns, 
Ithamar Wright, 
Daniel Bullard, 



Worcester 

ditto 

ditto 

Westminster 

e, ditto 

ditto 

Leicester 

Lunenburgh 

ditto 

Templeton 

ditto 

Barre 

Southborough 

Shrewsbury 

Lancaster 

Princeton 

Uxbridge 

Winchendon 

Dudley 

ditto 

Ashburnham 

Brookfield 

ditto 



Simeon Draper, 
Jacob Pepper, 
Elias Hall, 
Isaac Miles, 
Simeon Fiske, 
Moses Smith, 
Moses Thomas, 
Robert B. Thorn 
Eliot Mason, 
Isaac Furbush, 
Philip Ammidon 
Seth Davenport 
Hutch in. Hapgoo 
Aaron Wheelock 
Jonathan Harri 
Zadock Gates, 
David P. Chace 
Flint Davis, 
Aaron Kimball, 
Asa Wheeler, 
Simon Goddard, 
Joseph Petce, 



Brookfield 

New-Bra in tree 

ditto 

Holden 

Sturbridge 

Sterling 

ditto 

as, ditto 

Spencer 

Westborough 

, Mendon 

,jun. ditto 

d, Petersham 

, Charlton 

s, Oxford 

Rutland 

, Sutton 

Harvard 

jun. Grafton 

Hubbardston 

Gerry 

Athol 



William Caldwell, of Worcester, Sheriff. 



DEPUTY-SHERIFFS. 



Archibald Black, 
Timothy Ruggles, 
Joseph Washburne, 
James Laughton, 
Edmund Barnard, 
James Ormes, 
Jonathan Hubbard, 
John Albee, 
Jotham Bouker, 



Worcester 

Rutland 

Leicester 

Hardwick 

Westminster 

Spencer 

Pax ton 

Dudley 

Petersham 



Robert Townsend, 

Solomon Carter, 

Frederick Taft, 

Jonathan Symonds, 

John Holbrook, 

Thomas Kimball, 

Joseph Darling, 

Jonathan Butterick, Sterling 

Moses Thomas, ditto 



Lancaster 

ditto 

Uxbridge 

Harvard 

Sturbridge 

Lunenburg 

Leominster 



(Deputy-Sheriffs in Worcester County, continued. 



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Trowb. Taylor, Southborough 

Gerrish Jennings, Brookfield 

Robert Cutler, ditto 

Thomas Hale, jun. ditto 

Daniel Needham, Charlton 

Alpheus Cheney, ditto 

David Davenport, Mendon 



Abel Morse, Douglas 

John Pierce, Royalston 
Samuel Henry, Barre 

Joseph Carruth, Northborough 
James Whipple, jun. Grafton 
Jonas Stearns, Princeton 



COUNTY of HAMPSHIRE. 



JUSTICES of the COMMUN PLEAS, Etc. 



John Bliss, of Wilbraham. 
Samuel Mather, of Westfield. 
Moses Bliss, of Springfield. 
Samuel Henshew, of Northampton. 

Abraham Burbank , of West-Springfield,) 
Justin Ely, of West-Springfield, ) 
William Pynchon, of Springfield, ) 



Special 
Justices . 



Joseph Lyman, jun. Clerk of the Pleas, Sessions, Etc. 

Samuel Henshaw, of Northampton, Judge of Probate. 
Samuel Hinkley, of Northampton, Register of Probate. 



in the County of Hampshire are held at 
ond Tuesday in September, and on the 
nuary and May, at the house of Mr. 
9 o'clock. A.M. — In Northampton, on 
August, December and April, at the 
1 Lyman, at 9 o'clock, A.M. --In Spring- 
Tuesdays in October, February and June, 
Eleazer Williams, at 9 o'clock, A.M. 
first Tuesdays in November, March and 
f Mr. Elisha Cook, at 9 o'clock, A.M.-- 
ton, on the last Tuesdays in each month, 
tember . 



Courts 


of 


Probate 


Deerf ield 


on 


the sec 


first Tuesda 


ys in Ja 


Erastus B 


arnard, at 


the first 


Tuesday in 


house of 


Mrs 


. Abigai 


field, on 


th 


e first 


at the house 


of Mr. 


— In Hadl 


ey, 


on the 


July, at 


the 


house o 


And also 


at 


^orthamp 


except Ap 


ril 


and 5ep 



REGISTERS OF DEEDS. 



William Pynchon, of Springfield, Southern District. 
Levi Lyman, of Northampton, Middle District. 
Epaphras Hoit, of Deerfield, Northern District. 



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JUSTICES of the PEACE and QUORUM in HAMPSHIRE. 



Solomon Stoddard, 
Ebenezer Hunt, 
William Lyman, 
Samuel Hinkley, 
Joseph Lyman, jun 
Samuel Mather, 
Samuel Fowler, 
Justin Ely, West- 
Abraham Burbank, 



Northamp . 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 

Westf ield 

ditto 

•Springfield 

ditto 



John Williams, 

Wm. Pynchon, 

Moses Bliss, 

Chauncy Brewer, 

John Bliss, 

Joshua Green, jun. Wendell 

John Powers, Shutesbury 

Simeon Strong, Amherst 

Joseph Metcalf, Orange 



Deerf ield 

Springfield 

ditto 

ditto 

Wilbraham 



John Bliss, of Wilbraham, 
Samuel Mather, of Westfield, 
Moses Bliss, of Springfield, 
Samuel Henshaw, of Northampton, 
Ebenezer Hunt, of ditto, 
Thomas Dwight, of Springfield, 
Joseph Lyman, jun. of Northampton, 



Appointed to 

Qualify 
Civil Officers 



JUSTICES of the PEACE. 



Josiah Harvey, 
Thomas Burbank, 
Titus Fowler, 
Lucas Morgan, W 
Pelatiah Bliss, 
Eliphalet Leonar 
Elisha Root, 
David Smead, 
Jerome Ripley, 
Solomon Smead, 
Zebina Montague, 
Abner Morgan, 
Joseph Browning, 
Darius Munger, 
Stephen Pynchon, 
William S. Willi 
James Taylor, 
Samuel Taylor, 
Abel Wilder, 
Ezekiel Kellogg, 
Jonathan Judd, 
Lemuel Pomroy, 
Nahum Eager, 
Ezra Starkweathe 



Granville 

ditto 

ditto 

. Springfield 

ditto 

d, ditto 

Montague 

Greenfield 

ditto 

ditto 

Amherst 

Brimf ield 

ditto 

ditto 

Deerf ield 

ams, ditto 

Westfield 

Buck land 

Charlemout 

jun. N.Salem 

Southampton 

ditto 

Worthington 

r, ditto 



Sylvester Judd 
Hugh McLellan, 
Asaph White, 
David Smith, 
Aaron Merrick, 
Lemuel Foster, 
Gideon Burt, 
Danl. Whitmore 
Ebenezer Snell 
William White, 
John Hooker, 
Joseph William 
Thomas Dwight, 
Jonathan Dwigh 
George Bliss, 
William Ely, 
Daniel Wright, 
Levi Lyman, 
Levi Shepard, 
Joseph Lyman, 
Isaac Powars, 
Robert Field, 
Samuel Ware, j 
William Billin 



, West-Hampton 

Colerain 

Heath 

Granby 

Palmer 

Leyden 

Longmeadow 

, Sunderland 

, Cummington 

Goshen 

Springfield 

s, ditto 

ditto 

t, ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

Northampton 

ditto 

ditto 

jun. ditto 

Greenwich 

ditto 

un. Conway 

gs, ditto 



(Justices of the Peace in Hampshire County, continued.) 



52 



Elisha Billings, 


Conway 


Elisha Hunt, 


Abel Goodell, 


Monson 


Obadiah Dickin 


Isaac Coit, 


Sou thwich 


John Barrett, 


Saul Fowler, 


ditto 


Benjamin Smith 


Benjamin Bonney, 


Chesterfield 


Edward Taylor, 


Wm. Bodman, 


Williamsburgh 


John Wells, 


James Goldsbury, 


Warwick 


Charles Phelps 


Caleb Mayo, 


ditto 


Jonathan E. Po 


Russell Atwater, 


Blandford 


R. Woodbridge, 


Ephraim Williams 


, Ashfield 


John Polley, 


Henry Dwight, 


Belcherton 


David Mack, 


John Long, 


Shelburne 


Isaac Abercrom 


Edmund Longley, 


Hawley 


Sande 




COROr 


JERS. 



Northf ield 

on, ditto 

ditto 

Hatfield 

Mon t gomery 

Rowe 

Hadley 

tter, ditto 

South-Hadley 

Holland 

Middlefield 

ibie, Pelham 

rs , Whately 



Bohan King, Westfield 

Ebenezer Boltwood, Amherst 
Benjamin Burgess, Goshen 
Samuel Bates, Brimfield 
Pelatiah Bliss, W.Springfield 
Ben j . Prescott, Northampton 
Quartus Pomroy, ditto 

Elisha Brewster, Worthington 



Saville Metcalf, Orange 

Josiah Mills, Chesterfield 

John Pynchon, 

Jonathan Magee, 

Edward Morris, 

Josiah Langdon, 

Alden Lathrop, 



Springfield 

Colerain 

Wilbraham 

ditto 

Greenwich 



Ebenezer Mattoon, jun. of Amherst, Sheriff. 



DEPUTY-SHERIFFS. 



Caleb Lyman, 
Rufus Saxton, 
John Moore, 
Fred. Palmer, 
Thomas Kidd, 
Parsons Clap, 



Northfield 

Deerf ield 

Brimfield 

W. Springfield 

Chesterfield 

Springfield 



Judah Sexton, New-Salem 
Joseph Read, Belcherton 
Eleazer Slocum, Granville 
Justice Williams , j un. Amherst 
John Stoddard, Northampton 
Oliver Wilkinson, Greenfield 



Simeon Butler, Distributor of Stamps, Northampton. 



COUNTY of BERKSHIRE. 



JUSTICES of the COMMON PLEAS, Etc 



Tompson J. Skinner, of Williamston 
John Bacon, of Stockbridge. 
Nathaniel Bishop, of Richmond. 
David Noble, of Williamston. 



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(Justices, Etc. in Berkshire County, continued.) 



Timothy Edwards, of Stockbridge , 
William Walker, of Lenox, 
William Towner, of Williamston, 
Timothy Childs, of Pittsfield, 
Henry W. Dwight, of Stockbridge, 



SpeciaJj^ustices. 



Henry Williams Dwight, Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas, 
and of the Sessions. 

William Walker, of Lenox, Judge of Probate. 
Nathaniel Bishop, of Richmond, Register of Probate. 

Barnabas Bidwell, of Stockbridge, County Treasurer. 

REGISTERS OF DEEDS. 

Moses Hopkins, of Great-Barrington, Southern District. 

Caleb Hyde, jun. of Lenox, Middle District. 

James Barker, of Northern District. 
Samuel Quincy, of Lenox. 

JUSTICES of the PEACE and of the QUORUM. 



John Bacon, 
Timothy Edwards, 
Henry W. Dwight, 
Tomp .J. Skinner, 
William Towner, 
David Noble, 
William Walker, 
Eldad Lewis, 



Stockbridge 
ditto 
ditto 

Williamston 
ditto 
ditto 
Lenox 
ditto 



John Bacon, 
Tompson J. Skinner, 
Nathaniel Bishop, 
David Noble, 
Henry W. Dwight, 
William Walker, 
Azariah Eggleston, 



Azariah Eggleston, Lenox 
Elij .Williams , W. Stockbridge 
Nathaniel Bishop, Richmond 
David Rosseter, ditto 
Eli Root, Pittsfield 

Thos. Ives, Great-Barrington 
William Williams, Dalton 
James Barker, Lanesborough 



Appointed to 

qualify 
Civil Officers 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



Lemuel Barnard, Sheffield 
Elisha Lee, ditto 

Moses Hopkins, G.Barrington 
Samuel Whiting, ditto 

Henry Van Schaack, Pittsfield 
Joshua Danforth, ditto 



Ashbel Strong, 
John C. Williams, 
Woolcot Hubbell, 
Gideon Wheeler, 
Nehemiah Bull, 
Peter Burr Curtis, 



Pittsfield 
ditto 
Lanes^ord 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 



5* 



(Justices of the Peace in Berkshire County, continued.) 



Jame 
Drak 
John 
Nath 
Zech 
Hugo 
Eben 
Will 
Josi 
Jose 
Eben 
Theo 
Will 
Abne 
Isra 
Chil 
Timo 
Amos 
Thorn 
Eben 
Obad 



s Ayrau 
e Mills 

Canf ie 
aniel K 
ariah P 

Burgha 
. Pierc 
iam Ing 
ah Yale 
ph Whit 
ezer Je 
dore Hi 
iam Bru 
r Kella 
el Jone 
lingsw. 
thy Whi 

Fowler 
as Lusk 

Smith , 
iah War 



It, 

id, 

insl 

iers 

rdt, 

e, 

erso 

i 

on , 
nkin 
nsda 
nson 

y» 

s, 

Fost 
tney 
» 



Sandisf ield 

ditto 

ditto 

ey, Becket 

on, Richmond 

ditto 

Partridgef ield 



11, Lee 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
Dalton 
Alford 
ditto 
Adams 
ditto 
Loudon 
Stockbridge 
ditto 
New-Marlboro' 
d, ditto 



s, 
le, 



er, jun 



Daniel Taylor, 
Elijah Brown, 
Barnabas Bidwell 
Erastus Sargent, 
Ephraim Williams 
Daniel Brown, 
Ezra Barker, 
Joshua Beals, 
Robert Walker, 
William Young, 
Daniel Dewey, 
William Starkwea 
Gideon Martin, 
Je rem. Lawrence, 
Joseph Goodwin, 
Seneca Fuller, 
Giles Jackson, 
Adonijah Bidwell 
Elnathan Pratt, 
(Part 



N . Marlboro • 

Stockbridge 

, di tto 

ditto 

, di tto 

Cheshi re 

ditto 

Windsor 

di t to 

Williams ton 

ditto 

ther, ditto 

Hancock 

Washington 

Lenox 

Egremont 

Tyringham 

, ditto 

Hopbrook 

of Tyringham 



CORONERS. 



John Nash, Great-Barrington 
William Ashley, Sheffield 
John btoughton, Lenox 

Oliver Belding, jun. ditto 
Tristr. Browning, Partridgef. 
Artemas Thompson, ditto 



Darius Larned, 
John Partridge, 
David Bush, jun. 
Ephraim Mead, 
Elias Jones, 
Dennison Robinson, 



Pittsfield 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
Adams 
Windsor 



Simon Larned, of Pittsfield, Sheriff. 



DEPUTY-SHERIFFS. 

Joseph Goodrich, Sheffield Whiting, Pittsfield 

Ezra Kellogg, Great-Barrington Samuel Satterlee, Williamston 
Josiah Jones, jun. Stockbridge Hickock, Lanesboro' 

Ebenezer Center, ditto 



COUNTY OF YORK. 



JUSTICES of the COMMON PLEAS, Etc 

Nathaniel Wells, of Wells, 
Edward Cutts, of Kittery. 
Jonas Clarke, of Wells. 
Simon Frye, of Fryeburgh. 



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(Justices, Etc. in York County, continued.) 
John Lord, of Berwick, ) 



Joseph Bragdon, of York,) 



Special Justices. 



Daniel Sewall, of York, Clerk of the Pleas and Sessions. 

Edward Cutts, of Kittery, Judge of Probate. 
Daniel Sewall, of York, Register of Probate. 

Courts of Probate in the County of York are held on the 
Mondays immediately preceding the Tuesdays on which the 
Supreme Judicial Court and Court of Common Pleas sit in 
said County, and at the same places; and at the Probate 
Office in York, on the third Mondays in January, February, 
March, May, July, September, October and December. 

William Frost, of York, Register of Deeds and County 
Treasurer. 



JUSTICES of the PEACE and of the QUORUM 



Rishworth Jordan, 
Jeremiah Hill, 
Nathaniel Wells, 
Edward Cutts, 
John Frost, 
Joshua Hubbard, 



Biddeford 
ditto 
Wells 
Kittery 
ditto 
ditto 



Edward Cutts, 
Nathaniel Wells, 
Simon Frye, 
Jonas Clark, 
Jeremiah Hill, 
Prentiss Mellen, 
Daniel Sewall, 



Daniel Peirce, Kittery 

Simon Frye, Fryeburg 

Caleb Emery, Sanford 

Thomas Parsons, Parsonsfield 

Daniel Sewall, York 



Appointed to 
qualify 
Civil Officers 



JUSTICES of the PEACE. 



Dominicus Goodwin, Berwick 

John Hill, ditto 

Dudley Hubbard, ditto 

Richard F. Cutts, ditto 

John Lord, ditto 

Joseph Savage, ditto 

Benjamin Green, ditto 

Ivory Hovey, ditto 

Edward P. Hayman, ditto 

Jonathan Hambleton, ditto 



John Hovey, 
Thomas Perkins, 
Jacob Wild, 
John Kingsbury, 
Joseph Tucker, 
Edward Emerson, 
Jacob Bradbury, 
John Woodman, 
John Storer, 
Jonas Clark, 



3d. 



jun 



Arundel 
ditto 
ditto 
York 
ditto 
ditto 
Buxton 
ditto 
Wells 
ditto 



(Justices of the Peace in York County, continued.) 



Oliver Keating, 
Jacob Fisher, 
Joshua Thomas, 
Benjamin Brown, 
John H. Bartlett, 
William T. Gerrish 
Andrew P. Fernald, 
Prenty-s Mellen, 
Daniel Hooper, 
Samuel Pearson, 
Jeremiah Hill, 
Andrew Burley, 
William Rogers, 
Andrew Rogers, 
John Low, 

Jos .Chadbourn , L 
Joshua Small, 
Benjamin Russell, 



Wells 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

Kittery 

, ditto 

ditto 

Biddef ord 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

Wa terboro ' 

Shapleigh 

ditto 

Coxhall 

ittle-Falls 

Limington 

Bethel 



Will 
Mose 
Will 
T.M. 
T.G. 
Jame 
Rich 
Cyru 
John 

Elij 

Asah 
Jose 
Ezek 
Eber 
Step 
Will 
Samu 



iam Parso 
s Ames, 
iam Russe 
Wentworth 
Thornton , 
s Gray, j 
ard Cutts 
s King , 

Morril , 
ah Drew, 
el Cole, 
ph Howard 
iel Merri 

Rice , 
hen Jewet 
iam Frost 
el Nasson 



ns, Alfred 

Fryeburg 

11, ditto 

, Lebanon 

Pepperelboro ' 

un . ditto 

, ditto 

ditto 

Limerick 

Newf ield 

Cornish 

, Brownfield 

11, East-Andover 

Wa terf ord 

t , ditto 

, Sanford 

, ditto 



CORONERS 



Phinea 

James 

Joseph 

John C 

Edward 

Moses 

Joseph 

David 

John L 

Daniel 



s Kelley, 
Gray, jun. 

Hammond , 
ole , 

Emerson , 
Lyman , 

Prime , 
Chaplin , 
eighton , 

Wood , 



Pepperelboro ■ 
ditto 



jun 
jun 



ditto 

Wells 

York 

ditto 

Berwick 

Waterf ord 

Shapleigh 

Lebanon 



Rober 

B e n j a 

Thoma 

Joshu 

Jerem 

Batch 

B e n j a 

Georg 

Ezra 

Samue 



t Pa 
min 
s A . 
a 5m 
iah 
elor 
min 
e Fr 
Twit 
1 Bu 



ge, 
Johnson , 

Johnson , 
all, jun. 
Bettes , 

Bunker, 
Johnson , 
oat, Ph 
chell , 
rbank , Pa 



Fryeburg 

Newf ield 

Cornish 

Limington 

Biddef ord 

ditto 

Limerick 

ilipsburgh 

Bethel 

rsonsf ield 



Ichabod Goodwin, of Berwick, Sheriff. 



DEPUTY-SHERIFFS. 



Joshua Bridges, York 

Joseph Frost, Kittery 

Mark Lord, Berwick 

Ichabod Goodwin, jun. ditto 

James Gould, Arundel 

Seth Burnham, ditto 
Christ .Gilpatrick , Biddeford 

Ben j . Patterson, Pepprelboro' 



William Emery, Sanford 

John M'Arthur, Limington 

Joshua Trafton, Shapleigh 

Philip Page, Fryeburg 
Joseph ffuckens, Parsonsfield 

Samuel Cutts, Paxton 

Ephraim Sands, ditto 

John Sayward, Alfred 



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COUNTY of CUMBERLAND. 



JUSTICES of the COMMON PLEAS, Etc. 

John Lewis, of North Yarmouth. 
Stephen Longfellow, of Gorham. 
William Gorham, of Gorham. 
Robert Southgate, of Scarborough. 

William Thompson, of Scarboro 1 , ) _ .■.•.. 

T n * m n „„„4.„„ ^ 5pecial Justices. 

Isaac Parsons, of New-Gloucester, J r 

Samuel Freeman, of Portland, Clerk of the Pleas, Etc. 

William Gorham, of Gorham, Judge of Probate. 
Samuel Freeman, of Portland, Register of Probate. 

Courts of Probate in the County of Cumberland are held 
at the Register Office in Portland, on the second and fourth 
Tuesdays in each month. 

Joseph M'Lellan, of Portland, County Treasurer. 
Isaac Ilsley, of Portland, Register of Deeds. 



JUSTICES of the QUORUM. 



Samuel Freeman, 
Daniel Davis, 
William Wedgery, 



Portland 
ditto 
ditto 



John Lewis, 



North- Yarmouth 



William Gorham, Gorham 
Stephen Longfellow, ditto 
Wm. Thompson, Scarboro 1 



JUSTICES of the PEACE. 



Isaac Parsons, New- 
Samuel Foxcroft, 
Nathaniel C. Allen, 
Edmund Phinney, 
George Lewis, 
Lothrop Lewis, 
John Dean, 
William Thompson, 
Robert Southgate, 
Joseph Emerson, 
John Frothingham, 
William Martin, 
Isaac Ilsley, 
Ebenezer Mayo, 
William Symmes, 
Solomon Cha$e, 
Woodbury Storer, 



Gloucester 
ditto 
ditto 
Gorham 
ditto 
ditto 

Standish 

ditto 

Scarboro ' 

ditto 

Portland 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 



Samuel Andrews, 
Benj . Dunning, 
Stephen Purring 
Nath. Larrabee, 
Peter 0. Alden, 
Charles Coffin, 
Paul Little, 
Pelatiah March, 
Osgood Carleton 
Ichabod Bonney, 
John Turner, 
Isaac Sturdevan 
Luther Cary, 
Samuel Cale|j C 
Ebenezer Thrash 
John Cushing, 
Josiah Pierce, 



Buckf ield 

Harpswell 

ton, ditto 

Brunswick 

ditto 

ditto 

Windham 

Otisfield 

, ditto 

Turner 

ditto 

t, ditto 

ditto 

ape-Elizabeth 

er, ditto 

Freeport 

Flintstown 



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(Justices of the Peace in Cumberland County, continued.) 

Enoch Perley, Bridgetown Cyrus Hamlin, Livermore 

John Greenwood, Hebron Elisha Williams, ditto 

Samuel Parris, ditto Job Eastman, Norway 

Archelaus Lewis, Falmouth Joseph M'Lellan, Gray 

Moses Merril, ditto Michael Little, Poland 

Gustavus A. Goss, Rumford Edward Richardson, Jay 

Saml.P . Russell, N.Yarmouth Daniel Stowell, Paris 

Ammi R. Mitchel, ditto John K. Smith, Between Po- 

Peleg Chandler, j r.N . Gloucest. (land and Raymondston 



CORONERS. 

James Shaw, Poland George Warren, Portland 

Lothrop Lewis, Gorham John Deane, ditto 

David Barker, Wardham Samuel Thompson, Scarboro* 

Samuel Barker, ditto James March, ditto 

Philip Chandler, N.Gloucester Saml .Farnsworth , Bridgetown 

Asa Lewis, North-Yarmouth Noah Melcher, Brunswick 
Jonathan Sparrow, Falmouth 



John Waite, of Portland, Sheriff 



DEPUTY-SHERIFFS. 

Benjamin Bayley, Falmouth Daniel Brown, ditto 

Ebenezer Kollock, ditto David Hale, Bridgetown 

Caleb Graffam Portland John Woodward, Gorham 

Ezra Gibbs, ditto Edward Thompson, Standish 

Silvanus Cushman, ditto Amos Clough, N.Yarmouth 

Jona . Armstrong, Cape-Eliz. William Cobb, Hebron 

Bezaleel Loring, N.Gloucester Lewis Gay, Raymondstown 

William Warner, ditto Josiah Reed, Freeport 

Abraham Leavitt, -Scarboro' Henry Jackson, Poland 

Richard Libby, ditto Thomas Chute, Windham 
Thos. Thompson, Brunswick 



COUNTY of LINCOLN. 



JUSTICES of the COMMON PLEAS, Etc. 

Thomas Rice, of Pownalborough . 
Nathaniel Thwing, of Woolwich. 
Jonathan Bowman, of Dresden. 
Orchard Cook, of Pownalborough. 

Dummer Sewall, of Bath, ) 

Waterman Thomas, of Waldoboro 1 , ) Special Justices. 

Mark Langdon Hill, of Georgetown,) 



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Alden Bradford, Cleik of the Supreme Judicial Court, and 
Clerk of the Common Pleas, for the County of Lincoln. 

Jonathan Bowman, jun. of Pownalborough , Clerk of the 
General Sessions of the Peace. 

Jonathan Bowman, of Dresden, Judge of Probate. 
Jonathan Bowman, jun. of Pownalborough, Register 
of Probate. 

Thomas Rice, of Pownalborough, Register of Deeds. 
Nathaniel Thwing, of Woolwich, County Treasurer. 



JUSTICES of the PEACE and of the QUORUM 



Jonathan Bowman, Dresden 
Thomas Rice, Pownalborough 
Orchard Cook, ditto 

Nathaniel Thwing, Woolwich 
Waterm. Thomas, Waldobor. 



Francis Winter, 
Dummer Sewall, 
David Fales, 
Mark L. Hill, 



Bath 

ditto 

Thomastown 

Georgetown 



Thomas Rice, of Pownalborough, 
Nathaniel Thwing, of Woolwich, 
Jonathan Bowman, of Dresden, 
Orchard Cook, of Pownalborough, 
Dummer Sewall, of Bath, 
Mark L. Hill, of Georgetown, 



Appointed to Qualify 
Civil Officers. 



JUSTICES of the PEACE. 



Jona . Bowman 
Joseph Chrii 
Timothy Par; 
Abiel Wood, 
James N. Li- 
David Dennii 
Sameul Nicki 
Samuel Harm 
John Merril 
Benjamin Ha< 
William Kim 
Francis Win 
Moses Davis 
William M'Ci 
Jacob Ludwii 
Patrick Peo| 
James Walte: 



, jun. 




Pownalb . 


James Rogers, 


Bowdoin 


stoph 


ers, ditto 


Zacheus Beale, 


Bowdoinham 


sons , 




ditto 


Thomas Read, 


ditto 






ditto 


Elihu Getchell, 


ditto 


thgow 


» 


Georgetown 


Ezek. Thompson, L 


.ittle Riv- 


s, 


Nc 


bleborough 


( er 


Plantation 


els , 




Newcastle 


Thomas Johnson, 


Bristol 


den , 




Woolwich 


Thomas M'Clure, 


ditto 


» 




Tepsham 


James Nickels, 


ditto 


sey, 




ditto 


William M'Intire, 


Warren 


g, 




Bath 


John M'Kellar, 


Cushing 


ter , 




ditto 


James Malcolm, 


ditto 


» 




Edgecomb 


David Blodgett, 


ditto 


obb , 




Boothbay 


Joseph Cushing , 


Camden 


g» 


Wa 


ldoborough 


Samuel Jacobs, 


ditto 


pbles 


t 


Warren 


Ebenezer Jennison 


Union 


r Hea 


d, 


ditto 


Stephen March, 


ditto 



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(Justices of the Peace in Lincoln County, continued.) 



Samuel Brown, 
Josiah Read, 
Mason Wheaton, 



Thomas ton 
ditto 
ditto 



Abijah Richardson, Litchfield John Herrick, 
Ebenezer Pattee, 25 MilePond Denny M'Cobb, 



Josiah Stebbins, New-Milford 
Samuel Tibbets, Thompsonboro' 
Richard Meagher, Waterford 



Lewis ton 
Georgetown 



CORONERS. 



Thomas Boyd, Bristol 

George Erskine, New-Milford 
Charles Sampson, Waldoboro' 
William Brown, Bath 

Christopher, Cushing, ditto 
Ezekiel Thompson, Topsham 
James Purrington , Little R.P1. 



Nathaniel Bryant, Newcastle 
Charles Couillard , George town 
Abraham Choate, Ballstown 
Hugh Mayley, Bowdoin 

Nymphas Stacey, Pownalboro 1 
Samuel Davis, Warren 

Samuel M. Martin, Thomaston 



Edmund Bridge, of Dresden, Sheriff. 
DEPUTY-SHERIFFS. 



Samuel Sevey, 
John Crawford, 
Abner Keen, 
Joseph Sewall, 
Samuel Kennedy, 
Joseph Farley, 
5eth Curtis, 
Win. Gregory,jun. 
Nathaniel Palmer, 
Oliver Currier, 
Benjamin Webb, 



Pownalboro ' 

Bath 

ditto 

ditto 

Newcastle 

ditto 

ditto 

Camden 

jun . Bristol 

ditto 

Warren 



Pitt Dillingham, New-Milford 
Nathan Sprague, Waldoboro 1 
George Reed, ditto 

Hezekiah Wyman , Topsham 
Humphry Purrington, ditto 
Leonard Fales, Thomaston 
Amariah Mero, Union 

Louis Haudlette , j un . Dresden 
Nathan Farley, Great PondPl. 
John Owen, Litchfield 



COUNTY of KENNEBECK. 



JU5TICE5 of the COMMON PLEAS, Etc. 



Joseph North, of Augusta. 
Daniel Cony, of ditto. 
Nathaniel Dummer, of Hallowell. 
Chandler Robbins, of ditto. 



Robert Page, of Reedfield, 
William Swan, of Pittstown, 
Samuel Moody, of Hallowell, 



Special Justices 



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John Davis, Clerk of the Supreme Judicial Court, and Clerk 
of the Court of Common Pleas, for Kennebeck County. 

Barzillai Gannett, Clerk of the Sessions. 

James Bridge, of Augusta, Judge of Probate. 
Chandler Rabbins, of Hallowell, Register of Probate. 

Henry Sewall, Register of Deeds. 
William Howard, County Treasurer. 

JUSTICES of the PEACE and of the QUORUM. 



Joseph North, 
Daniel Cony, 
William Brooks, 
William Howard, 
Samuel Weston, 
Nathl. Dummer, 



Augusta] Henry Dearborn, Pittston 

ditto! Jedediah Jewett, ditto 

ditto William Swan, ditto 

ditto Robert Page, Readfield 

Canaan Nath. Fairbanks, Winthrop 

Hallowell 



JUSTICES of the PEACE. 



Henry Sewall, 
John Davis, 
Samuel Titcomb, 
Thomas Bowman, 
Arthur Lithgow, 
James Bridge, 
Benjamin Whitwell, 
John Shepard, 
Chandler Robbins, 
Samuel Moody, 
Samuel Dutton, 
Benjamin Poor, 
David Sewall, 
Joseph Wingate, 
Samuel 5. Wilde, 
Asa Reddington, 
Thomas Rice, 
Eben .Farwell, Va 
Samuel Reddington, 



Augusta 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
Hallowell 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 

Winslow 

ditto 

ssalborough 

ditto 



John Moore, 
John Harlow, 
John Hubbard, 
James Waugh, 
Barzillai Gann 
Samuel Oakham, 
John Chandler, 
Benjamin Merri 
Moses Sterling 
William Read, 
Samuel Tobey, 
Jedediah Presc 
Samuel Wood, 
Cornelius Nort 
Ichabod Thomas 
Supply Belcher 
Solomon Adams, 
Stephen Titconi 
Hartson Cony, 



Norridgewock 

ditto 

Readfield 

Starks 

ett, Pittston 

ditto 

Monmouth 

11, Greene 

, Sandy-River 

No. 3, ditto 

Fairfield 

ot, Winthrop 

ditto 

on, N. Vineyard 

, Sydney 

, Farmington 

ditto 

b, ditto 

ditto 



CORONERS. 



Elias Craig, Augusta 

Samuel Cony, 2d. ditto 

Joseph Herrick, Greene 
William Farwell , Vassalborough 



John North, Pittston 

Elijah Hall, Winslow 

Ezekial Pattee t jun. ditto 
James Stackpole , jun . ditto 



(Coroners in Kennebeck County, continued.) 



Elisha Bean, Readfield 

Ichabod Simmons, ditto 

Silas Wood, Norridgewock 

Jotham Smith, Farmington 



Matthias Blossom, Monmouth 
Alfred Martin, Hallowell 
Robert Blake, Moun t-Vernon 
Elijah Wood, Winthrop 



Arthur Lithgow, of Winslow, Sheriff. 



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John Sewall, 
Amos Partridge, 
Barnabas Lambert, 
John Johnson, 
May, 



DEPUTY-SHERIFFS. 



Hallowell 

Augusta 

ditto 

Vassalbo rough 

Winthrop 



Ebenezer Moore, 

Harvey, 

Ephraim Towne, 
Abijah Smith, 



Pi tts ton 

Monmou th 

Winslow 

di t to 



COUNTY of HANCOCK. 

JUSTICES of the COMMON PLEAS, Etc. 

Paul Dudley Sargeant, of Sullivan. 

Oliver Parker, of Castine. 

William Vinal, of Vinalhaven. 

Francis LeBarron Goodwin, of Frankfort. 

Caleb Brooks Hall, of Buckstown, Special Justice 

Warren Hall, of Castine, Clerk of the Pleas, Etc. 

William Wetmore, of Castine, Judge of Probate. 
Warren Hall, of Castine, Register of Probate. 

Thomas Cobb, of Castine, Register of Deeds. 
Simeon Fowler, of Orrington, County Treasurer. 



JUSTICES of the PEACE and of the QUORUM. 



Paul D. Sargeant, 
Oliver Parker, 
William Wetmore, 
William Vinal, 
Jonathan Eddy, 



Sullivan 

Castine 

ditto 

Vinalhaven 

Eddystown 



Simeon Fowler, 
Fr.L.B. Goodwin, 
Jona than Buck , 
Joseph Tyler, 
David Cobb, 



Orrington 
Frankfort 
Buckstown 
Deer- Isle 
Gouldsborough 



JUSTICES of the PEACE 



Robert Parker, Bluehill 

Pelatiah Freeman, ditto 

Ebenezer Floyd, ditto 

Bulkley Emerson, Bangor 

Benjamin Shute, Prospect 



George Tyler, 
Thomas Stinson, 
George Ulmer, 
David Thurston, 
Daniel Livermore, 



Deer-I sle 

ditto 

Duck-Trap 

Sedqewick 

Hampden 



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(Justices of the Peace in Hancock County, continued.) 



James Nesmith, Belfast 
Robert Houston, ditto 

Theodore Jones, Union-River 
Caleb Brooks Hall, Buckstown 
Stephen Peabody, ditto 
John Pendleton, Islesborough 



Ezra Young, Eden 

Oliver Leonard, Orrington 
Mel. Jordan, Frenchman's Bay 
David Howe, Castine 

Thomas Cobb, ditto 

Job Nelson, ditto 



John Wilson, 
Enoch Sampson, 
John Bean, jun. 
Thomas Robbins, 



CORONERS. 



Perchf oot 

Frankfort 

Sullivan 

Deer-Isle 



Peter Hardy, Deer-Isle 
Jacob Foster, Trenton 
Josiah Brewer, jun .Orrington 



Thomas Phillips, of Castine, Sheriff. 
DEPUTY-SHERIFFS. 



Archibald M'Phetres, Bangor 
Goodwin Grant, Hampden 
Ephraim Stubbs, Buckstown 
John Rust, Belfast 

Asa Greene, Deer-Isle 



Alfred Langdon, 
Thomas Knowlton, 
Thomas Buckmer, 
Richard Freeman, 



Trenton 

Northport 

ditto 

Penobscot 



Trueworthy Parker, Crier of the Court. 

William Freeman, of Castine, Deputy-Sheriff and Gaol- 
keeper. 

John Lee, of Castine, Collector of Revenue, and of Duties 
and Licenses. 



COUNTY of WASHINGTON. 

JUSTICES of the COMMON PLEAS, Etc. 

Stephen Jones, of Machias, Chief Justice. 
Alexander Campbell, of Steuben. 
John Crane, of Plantaion, No. 12. 
Theodore Lincoln, of Denysville. 

George Stillman, of Machias, Special Justice. 

Ralph H. Bowles, of Machias, Clerk of the Pleas and Sessions 

Stephen Jones of Machias, Judge of Probate. 
Josiah Harris, of Machias, Register of Probate. 



George Stillman, Register of Deeds and County Treasurer. 



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JUSTICES of the PEACE and QUORUM in WASHINGTON. 



Stephen Jones, 
Phineas Bruce, 



Machias 
ditto 



Alexander Campbell, Steuben 
Theodore Lincoln, Denysville 



JUSTICES of the PEACE. 



John Crane, Columbia 

Benjamin Ruggles, ditto 
Lemuel Trescott, Eastport 
John Allan ditto 

John Burgin , ( Moose-I si .) ditto 
John Brewer, No. 4, Schoodick 



Daniel Merritt, Addison 
George Stillman, Machias 
Caleb Coolidge,Chandlerville 
Gustavus Fellows, ditto 
James Campbell, Harrington 



CORONERS 



Stephen Parker, 
Jeremiah Obrien, 
Joseph Patten, 



Machias 

ditto 

Columbia 



Thomas Archbald, 
Oliver Shed, 



Steuben 
Eastport 



John Cooper, of Machias, Sheriff. 



William Albee, 
Samuel Ellis, 
Benjamin Kelton, 



DEPUTY-SHERIFF5. 



Machias 

ditto 

No. 22 



Obadiah Allen, 
Joseph Livermore, 
John C. Todd, 



Columbia 

Eastport 

ditto 



The Justices of the Supreme Judicial Court, Court of 
Common Pleas, Judges of Probate, Sheriffs, and Coroners, 
hold their commissions during good behaviour; but the com- 
missions of Justices of the Peace must be renewed every 
seven years, or they cease. 

The Clerks of the Courts of Common Pleas are also 
Clerks of the 5upreme Jucicial Court holden in their re- 
spective Counties. 



PRACTITIONERS of the LAW in MASSACHUSETTS 
In the County of SUFFOLK. 
Barristers at Law. 



James Sullivan, L.L.D. Boston 
Thecphilus Parsons, ditto 
William Tudor, ditto 



Perez Morton, Boston 

Shearjashub Bourne, ditto 



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Attornies at the Supreme Judicial Court in Suffolk. 



Thomas Edwards, 
Jonathan Mason, 
Christopher Gore, 
Rufus G. Amory, 
George R. Minot, 
Joseph Hall, 
Edward Gray, 
John Davis, 
Harrison G. Otis, 
Joseph Blake, jun 
John Lowell, jun. 
Edward Jackson, 
Foster Waterman, 



Boston 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 



John Q. Adams, 
John Phillips, 
George Blake, 
Ebenezer Gay, 
Josiah Quincy, 
Joseph Rowe, 
William Sullivan, 
Charles Paine, 
John Williams, 
William Thurston, 
David Everett, 
John Heard, 
Asaph Churchill, 



Boston 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 



Attornies at the Common Pleas. 



Charles Davis, Boston 

Charles Cushing, jun. ditto 

John W. Gurley, ditto 

Thomas 0. Selfridge, ditto 



Peter Thacher, jun. Boston 

Holder Slocum, ditto 

Charles P. Sumner, ditto 

Richard Sullivan, ditto 



Attornies in the County of NORFOLK. 
Benjamin Hichborn, of Dorchester, Barrister. 
Attornies at the Supreme Jucicial Court. 



Edward H. Robbins, Milton 
Henry M. Lisle, ditto 

Fisher Amers,L.L.D. Dedham 



Samuel Haven, Dedham 

Wm. P. Whiting, Randolph 
Thos. Williams, jun. Roxbury 



Attornies at the Common Pleas. 



Mason Shaw, Wrentham 

Jairus Ware, ditto 

John S. Williams, Roxbury 



Gideon L. Thayer, Quincy 
Liberty Bates, Bellingham 
James Richardson, Dedham 



Attornies in the County of ESSEX. 
Attornies at the Supreme Judicial Court. 



William Prescot, 
Joseph Perkins, 
Samuel Putnam, 
Nathan Dane, 
Ichabod Tucker, 



Salem 

ditto 

ditto 

Beverly 

Haverhill 



Asa Andrews, Ipswich 

John Rowe, Gloucester 

Geo . Bradbury , Newburyport 

Charles Jackson, ditto 



Attornies at the Common Pleas. 



Isaac Mansfield, 
Edward Little, 
John Varnum, 



Marblehead 

Newburyport 

Haverhill 



Wm . Wetmore, jun 
Joseph Story, 



Salem 
ditto 



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In the County of MIDDLESEX. 
Attornies at the Supreme Judicial Court. 



William Hunt, Watertown 

Ebenezer Bradish, Cambridge 

Joseph Bartlett, ditto 
Francis D. Channing, ditto 

Jonathan Fay, Concord 

William Jones, ditto 

William Fisk, Waltham 

Artemas Ward, Charlestown 

Zabdiel B. Adams, ditto 



Samuel Dana, 
Timothy Biglow, 
James Prescot, 
Othniel Tyler, 
Eli Bullard, 
Joseph Brigham, 
John Lock, 
William Crosby, 



Attornies at the Common Pleas. 



James Temple, 
Leonard Mellen, 
William Hunt, jun. 
Daniel Warren, 



Watertown 
ditto 
ditto 

Hopkinton 



John L. Tuttle, 
Thomas Heald, 
Joseph Locke, 
Asahel Stearns, 



uro ton 

ditto 

ditto 

Sudbury 

F ramin gham 

Marlboro * 

Ashby 

Billerica 



Concord 

ditto 

Littleton 

C helms ford 



In the County of PLYMOUTH. 
Attornies at the Supreme Judicial Court. 



Joshua Thomas, 
John D. Dunbar, 
Wilkes Wood, 



Plymouth 

ditto 

Middleboro ■ 



Benjamin Whitman, Hanover 
Nahum Mitchell, Bridgewater 



Attornies at the Common Pleas. 



Kilborn Whitman, Pembroke 
William Baylies, Bridgewater 
Barker Curtis, Hanover 



Abraham Holmes, 
James Washburn, 



Roches ter 
Middlebor . 



In the County of BARNSTABLE. 

Homes Allen, of Barnstable, Attorney at the Sup. Jud. Court 
Wendell Davis, of Sandwich, Attorney at the Common Pleas. 



In the County of BRISTOL. 
Attornies at the Supreme Judicial Court. 



Seth Padelford, Taunton 
Nicholas Tillinghast, ditto 
James Sprout, ditto 

James Ellis, Rehoboth 



Laban Wheaton, 
Thos. Hammond, 
Daniel Wheaton, 



Attornies at the Common Pleas. 
Samuel W. Baylies, Dighton|Wm. A. Leonard, 



Norton 

N.Bedford 

Eas ton 



Freetown 



6? 



Wm. Jernigan, 
Thomas Cooke, 



In the County of DUKES COUNTY. 
Attornies at the Common Pleas. 



Edgartown 
ditto 



Ebenezer Skiff, 



Chillmark 



In the County of WORCESTER. 
Levi Lincoln, of Worcester, Barrister at Law. 
Attornies at the Supreme Judicial Court. 



Nathaniel Paine, 
Edward Bangs, 
Isaac Story, 
Jabez Upham, 
Pliny Merrick, 



Worcester 

ditto 

Sterling 

Brookfield 

ditto 



Pelatiah Hitchcock, ditto 
Asa Johnson, Leominster 
Abijah Bigelow, ditto 

Seth Hastings Mendon 



William Stedman, 
Merrick Rice, 
Eleazer James, 
Luther Perry, 
Benjamin Adams, 
Joseph Allen, jun 
Daniel Biglow, 
Francis Blake, 



Attornies at the Common Pleas. 



Erasmus Babbit, 
Lowell Walker, 
Thomas Dennie, 



Sturbridge 
Templeton 
Leicester 



Luke Brown, 
Andrew Morton, 
Samuel Flagg, 



Lancaster 

ditto 

Barre 

ditto 

Uxbridge 

Western 

Petersham 

Rutland 



Hardwick 

Worchester 

ditto 



In the County of HAMPSHIRE. 
Attornies at the Supreme Judicial Court. 



Justin Ely, 
5amuel Lathr 
John Phelps, 
Joseph Lyman 
John Ingerso 
John C. Will 
Jonathan E. 
Abner Morgan 
Stephen Pync 
John Taylor, 
Samuel Hinkl 
S. Stoddard, 
Jonathan Gro 
John Phelps, 
Hezek. W. St 
Elijah Bates 



West-Springfield 



op, 




ditto 
Westf ield 


» 




ditto 


1, 




ditto 


iams , 




Hadley 


Porter, 


ditto 


» 




Brimf ield 


hon , 




ditto 




N 


□rthampton 


ey» J 


un 


ditto 
ditto 


ut , 


B 


elchertown 


jun. 




Granville 


rong, 




Deerf ield 
Westf ield 



Eli P. Ashman, 
Rich. E. Newcomb 
Jonathan Leavitt 
John Hooker, 
George Bliss, 
William Ely, 
Jonathan Dwight, 
John Barrett, 
Solomon Vose, 
Simeon Strong, j 
Elijah Paine, 
Jotham Cushman, 
Benjamin Parsons 
Edward Upham, 
J. Woodbridge, 
Joseph Proctor, 



Blandford 

Greenfield 

ditto 

Springfield 

ditto 

ditto 

jun. ditto 

Northf ield 

ditto 

un . Conway 

Ashf ield 

Cummington 

, Chesterfield 

New-Salem 

Worthington 

Orange 



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Attornies at the Common Pleas in Hampshire. 



Samuel F. Dickinson, Amherst 

Joseph Bridgman, Belchertown 

Theod. Strong, Northampton 

Elijah H. Mills, ditto 



Cha. Shepherd, Northampton 
Sylvest. Maxwell, Charlemont 
Henry Barnard, Sunderland 



In the County of BERKSHIRE. 
Theodore Sedgwick, L.L.D. of Stockbridge, Barrister at Law 
Attornies at the Supreme Judicial Court. 



Ashbel Strong, 
John C. Williams, 
Thomas Allen, 
Thomas Ives, 
John Whiting, 
Samuel Quincy, 
Ethan Stone, 
Eliab Brewer, 
Enoch W. Thayer, 



Pittsfield 
ditto 
ditto 
Gr . Barrington 
ditto 
Lenox 
ditto 
ditto 
Sheffield 



Elisha Lee, Sheffield 
John W. Hulbert, ditto 
Eph. Williams, Stockbridge 
Barnabas Bidwell, ditto 
Joseph Woodbridge, ditto 
Daniel Dewey, Williamstown 
Saml. H. Wheeler, Lanesboro' 
Mason Whiting, ditto 



In the County of YORK. 
Attornies at the Supreme Judicial Court. 



George Thacher, Biddeford 
Prentiss Mellen, ditto 
Cyrus King. Pepperelborough 



Dudley Hubbard, 
Edward P. Hayman, 
Joseph Thomas, 



Berwick 

ditto 

Kennebunk 



Attornies at the Common Pleas. 



John Holmes, 
Judah Dana, 
Temple Hovey, 



Alfred 
Fryburg 
Berwick 



Nicholas Emery, Parsonsfield 
G. W. Wallingford, Ken- 

(nebunk 



In the County of CUMBERLAND. 
Attornies at the Supreme Judicial Court. 



John Frothingham, Portland 

Daniel Davis, ditto 
William Symmes, jun. ditto 

Salmon Chace, ditto 

Isaac Parker, ditto 

James D. Hopkins, ditto 

Andrew Greenwood, ditto 



George E. Vaughan, Portland 
Stephen Longfellow, ditto 
Peter 0. Alden, Brunswick 

Orr, ditto 

Leonard Morse, Freeport 
John Park Little, Gorham 



Attornies at the Common Pleas in Cumberland 

Ekekiel Whitman, New-Gloucester. 
Bohan Prentiss Field, North-Yarmouth. 



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In the County of LINCOLN. 
Attornies at the Supreme Judicial Court. 



Silas Lee, Pownalborough 
John Merrill, jun. ditto 
Jeremiah Bailey, ditto 
Benjamin Hafey, Topham 



Samuel Thatcher, Warren 
Josiah Stebbins, New-Milford 
Andrew Greenwood, Bath 



Attornies at the Common Pleas. 



Manasseh Smith, 
Benjamin Orr, 



Pownalboro ' 
Topsham 



Erastus Foote, 
John Winslow, 



Camden 
Bath 



In the County of KENNEBECK. 
Attornies at the Supreme Judicial Court. 



James Bridge, 
Benjamin Whitwell, 
Nathaniel Perley, 
Samuel 5. Wild, 



Augusta 

ditto 

Hallowell 

ditto 



Thomas Rice, jun. 
Reuben Kidder, 
Wm. Jones. 
Nathan Bridge, 



Winslow 

ditto 

Norridgewock 

Pittston 



Attornies at the Common Pleas. 



Thomas Bowman, 
Dudley Todd, 
Nathan Bridge, 



Hallowell 
Winthrop 
Pittston 



Samuel P. Glidden, Readfield 
Henry V. Chamberlain, Far- 

(mington 



In the County of HANCOCK. 

William Wetmore, of Orphan-Island, Barrister. 

Attornies of the Supreme Judicial Court. 

Job Nelson, Castine (Oliver Leonard, Orrington 

Thos. 5. Sparhawk, Buckstown |Allen Gilman, Bangor 

Attornies at the Common Pleas. 

Samuel E. Dutton, Bangor iWilliam Abbot, Castine 



In the County of WASHINGTON. 

Phineas Bruce, Machias, Attorney at the Supreme J. Court. 
Daniel P. Upton, Eastport, Attorney at the Common Pleas. 



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HARVARD UNIVERSITY at CAMBRIDGE 
Founded A.D. 1638 

Named Harvard College, to perpetuate the name and liberality of its 

principal individual benefac tor . --Made a Corporation by Charter, 1650. 

The following are the names of the Presidents, from 1640 to the present 
time: 

Appointment Died or resigned 

1640 Rev. Henry Dunster, 1654 

1654 Rev. Charles Chauncy 1671 

1672 Rev. Leonard Hoar, M.D. 1674 

1675 Rev. Uriaa Oakes, A.M. 1681 

1682 Doctor John Rogers, A.M. 1684 

1685 Rev. Increase Mather, D.D. 1701 

1701 Rev. Sammuel Willard, A.M. V. Pref. 1707 

1708 Hon. John Leverett, A.M. F.R.S. 1724 

1725 Rev. Benjamin Wadsworth, A.M. 1736 

1737 Rev. Edward Holyoke, A.M. 1769 

1770 Rev. Samuel Locke, D.D. 1773 

1774 Rev. Samuel Langdon, D.D. 1780 

1781 Rev. Joseph Willard, D.D. L.L.D 

Board of Overseers. 

His Excellency the Governor, his Honor the Lieutenant Governor, the 

Honorable the Council and Senate, and the Ministers of the Congregational 
Churches in the towns of Boston, Charlestown, Cambridge, Watertown, 
Roxbury, and Dorchester. 

Rev. Sim£n Howard, D.D. Secretary of this Board. 

Corporation . 

Rev. Joseph Willard, President. 
Hon. Oliver Wendell, Esq.) 
Hon. John Lowell, L.L.D.) 
Rev. Simeon Howard, D.D.) Fellows 
Rev. John Lathrop, D.D. ) 
Eliphalet Pearson, A.M. ) 

Ebenezer Storer, A.M. Treasurer 

Professors in Harvard University 

David Tappan, D.D. Hollis Professor of Divinity. 

Eliphalet Pearson, A.M. Hancock Professor of the Hebrew and 

Oriental Languages, and of the English Language. 
Samuel Webber, A.M. Hollis Professor of Mathematics and Natural 

Philosophy 



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John Warren, M.D. Hersey Professor of Anatomy and Surgery. 
Benjamin Waterhouse, M.D. Hersey Professor of the Theory and 

Practice of Physic. 
Aaron Dexter, M.D. Erving Professor of Chemistry and Materia Medica. 

Tutors in the University 

Levi Hedge, A.M. Logic, Metaphysics and Ethics. 
Daniel Appleton White, A.M. The Latin Language. 
Elisha Clap, A.M. The Greek Language. 

Joseph Emerson, A.M. Geography, Geometry, and the elements of 
Natural Philosophy and Astronomy. 

Sidney Willard, A.B. Librarian. 

The Library contains 13,000 Volumes. 

Commencement is on the 3rd Wednesday in July. 



OTHER COLLEGES, ACADEMIES, ETC. 

WILLIAMS' COLLEGE 
(At Williams town, in Berkshire County) 
Incorporated as an Academy, March 8th, 1785 
Incorporated as a College, June 22nd, 1793. 

Rev. Ebenezer Fitch, D.D. President. 

Stephen West, D.D. Vice-President. 

Daniel Dewey, Esq. Secretary. 

Noah Linsley, Tutor 

Commencement is on the 1st Wednesday in September. 



ACADEMIES IN MASSACHUSETTS. 

Dates of their Foundation ) 
and Acts of incorporation. ) 

DUMMER ACADEMY, at Newbury. 
(So named, in honor of the liberal founder, the Hon. Wm. Dummer, 
formerly Lieut. Governor of Massachusetts.) 

Instituted 1st March, 1763. 

Incorporated October 3, 1782. 
Rev. Isaac Smith, Preceptor. (14 Trustees.) 

PHILLIPS' ACADEMY, at Andover. 
(So named, in honor of the liberal founders of that name and family, 
in Essex county, and in New Hampshire.) 

Instituted 1st April, 1778 



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Phillips' Academy 

at Andover, continued 



1784, Mar. 23, 



1784, Nov. 11. 
1797, June 17. 



1792, June 30. 

1792, Nov. 17. 

1793, June 17. 
1793, Sept. 23. 



Incorporated October 4, 1780 
Mark Newman, Preceptor. 
John Abbot, Assistant ditto. 
Abiah Holbrook, Writing Master. 

LEICESTER ACADEMY, at Leicester 
Eben. Crafts, and Jacob Davis, Esqs. 

principal donors. 
Ebenezer Adams, Preceptor. 
Timothy Fuller, Assistant ditto. 

DERBY ACADEMY, at Hingham. 
(So named, in honor of Madam Derby, its founder) 
Incorporated as a school. 
Incorporated as an Academy. 
Abner Lincoln, Preceptor. 

BRISTOL ACADEMY, at Taunton. 
Simeon Dogget, Preceptor. 

MARBLEHEAD ACADEMY, at Marblehead. 
Rev. William Harris, Preceptor. 

WESTFIELD ACADEMY, at Westfield. 

Preceptor. 

GROTON ACADEMY, at Groton. 
William M. Richardson, Preceptor. 



VACATIONS. From the Wednesday next preceding Commencement at 

Harvard University, 2 weeks: From the 3rd Wednesday in October, 
2 weeks: From the 3rd Wednesday in January, 2 weeks; and from the 
3rd Wednesday in April 2 weeks. 



1793, Sept. 28. 

1795, Feb. 25. 

1797, Mar. 1. 

1798, March 3. 



WESTFORD ACADEMY, at Westford. 

Preceptor. 

NEW-SALEM ACADEMY, at New-Salem. 
Proctor Pierce, Preceptor. 

DEERFIELD ACADEMY, at Deerfield. 

Preceptor. 

MILTON ACADEMY, at Milton. 
Preceptor. 



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1799, Feb. 26 



1799, March 1 



BRIDGEWATER ACADEMY, at Bridgewater. 
Rev. Zedekiah Sanger, Preceptor. 

FRAMINGHAM ACADEMY, at Framingham. 

Preceptor. 

SANDWICH ACADEMY, at Sandwich. 
Rev. Jonathan Burr, Preceptor. 

RUSSELL ACADEMY, at Charles town. 
Thomas Payson, Preceptor. 



1765 

1789, Jan 21 

1793, March 27 



INCORPORATED GRAMMAR SCHOOLS. 

IPSWICH, Ames Choate, Preceptor. 
REXBURY, William Pilsbury, ditto. 
CHARLESTOWN, Samuel Payson, ditto 



The following are in the District of MAINE. 

BOWDOIN COLLEGE, at Brunswick, County of 

Cumerland. 
Incorporated 24th June, 1794. 
Rev. Joseph McKean, President. 
Mark Langdon Hill, Esq. Secretary. 

OVERSEERS . 



John Frothingham, 
Samuel P. Russell 
Nathaniel C. Allen 
Stephen Patten 
Woodbury Sffeter 
Benjamin Hasey 
William Symmes 
Isaac Parsons 
Ammi R. Mitchel 
John Abbot 
John Cushing 
Salmon Chase 
John Dunlap 
Benjamin J. Porter 
William Stanwood 
William King 
David Jones 
John A. Hide 
David Hale 
Samuel Thacher 



John Merrill, jun. 
Samuel Freeman. 
Rev. Ezekiel Emerson 
Rev. Jonathan Ellis 
Rev. Jacob Herrick 
Rev. Rufus Anderson 
Rev. Eliphalet Gillet 
Bohan P. Field 
Orchard Cook 
Rev. Kiah Bayley 
Ezra Smith 
Samuel S. Wilde 
Benjamin Dunning 
Jo si ah Stebbins 
Andrew Greenwood 
Benjamin Thurston 
Elaphalet Smith 
Jeremiah Bailey 
Samuel Moody 



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Date of the Act of Incorporation. 

1791, March 5 HALLOWELL ACADEMY, at Hallowell. 

Samuel Moody, Preceptor. 

1791, March 11 BERWICK ACADEMY, at Berwick. 

Preceptor. 

1792, Feb. 8. FRYEBURGH ACADEMY, at Frychargh. 

Paul Langdon, Preceptor. 

1792, March 7. WASHINGTON ACADEMY, at Machias 

Preceptor. 

1794, Feb. 27 PORTLAND ACADEMY, at Portland 

Preceptor. 



CHURCHES, MINISTERS, AND RELIGIOUS SOCIETIES, 
In the several Towns in Massachusetts. 

Note. Congregationalis ts, the most numerous denomination have 

no distinctive letter. E. stands for Episcoplian. P. for Presbyterian, 

B. for Baptist. U. for Universalis t. 

IN THE COUNTY OF SUFFOLK. 
Churches, Ministers, etc. in the Town of Boston. 

Arranged according to the Time the Churches were founded. 

First Church in Cornhill, William Emerson. 

Second, or Old North Church, John Lathrop, D.D. 

(The ancient Meeting-House being destroyed in the year 1775, 

the members of that Society have since united with the Church in 

Middle-Street.) 

First Baptist Church, Back-Street, Samuel Stillman, D.D. 

Old South Church, Marlbro Street, Joseph Eckley, D.D. 

Stone Chapel, E. South School-Street, James Freeman. 

Church in Brattle-Street, Peter Thacher, D.D. 

Quaker's Meeting House, Congress-Street. 

New North Church, .North -Street, John Eliot, D.D. 

New South Church, Summer -S tree t, John T. Kirkland. 

Christ Church, E. Salem-Street, Samuel Haskell. 

Church in Federal-Street, John S. Popkin. 

Church in Hollis-Street, South-End., Samuel West, D.D. 

Trinty Church, E. Summer -Street, Samuel Parker, D.D. 

John Sylvester, John Gardner, Assistant Minister. 
West Church, Lynde-Street, Simeon Howard, D.D. 
Second Baptist Church, Back-Street, Thomas Baldwin. 



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Churches, Ministers in Boston, continued. 

Sandemanians, Middle-Street, below Cross-Street 
Universalis t Church, Bennett-Street, John Murray 
Romish Church, S. School-Street, Francis Matignon, D.D. 
Methodist Society, Methodist Alley, North-End. 
(The Methodists have no settled Ministers, but their Societies 
are generally supplied, according to their rules, by itinerant 
Preachers, who being frequently changed, their Names are not 
inserted at the Towns where they have Meetings.) 

The other Churches, Etc. in the County of Suffolk, are, 
Hingham, Henry Ware Chelsea, Joseph Tuckerman 

DanielShute, D.D. Hull, or NantasKet, Vacant 

Nicho. B. Whitney 

MINISTERS, ETC. IN NORFOLK COUNTY. 
(The Towns are alphabetically arranged.) 



Be llingham 

Brain tree, Ezra Weld 

Brooklyn, John Pierce 

Canton, Zach. Howard 

Cohasset, Jacob Flint 

Dedham, Jason Haven 

Jabez Chickering 
Thomas Thacher 
Wm. Montague E 

Dorchester, Thad. M. Harris 

Dover, Benjamin Caryl 

Foxboro 

Franklin, N. Emmons, D.D. 

Medfield, Thomas Prentiss 

Edward Clark B 

Medway, Luther Wright 
David Sanford 

Milton, Joseph McKean 



Needham, Stephen Palmer 
Thomas No yes 
Methodists 
Quincy, Peter Whitney 

Jos. Cleverly, Epis. Reader 
Randolph, Jonathan Strong 
Joel Briggs B 
Roxbury, Eliphalet Porter 
John Bradford 
Thomas Gray 
Sharon, Jona. Whi taker 
S tough ton, Edw. Richmond 
Walpole, George Morey 
Weymouth, Jacob Norton 

Simeon Williams 
Wrenthem, John Cleveland 
Elisha Fisk 
William Williams B 



MINISTERS, ETC. IN ESSEX COUNTY. 



Amesburjr 



Andover, William Symmes 
Jonathan French 

Beverly, Joseph McKean 
Joshua Young 

Boxford, Elizur Holyoke 
Peter Eaton 

Bradford, Jonathan Allen 
Eben. Dutch 



Danvers, Benj. Wadsworth 

Samuel Mead 
Gloucester, Eli Forbes 

Daniel Fuller 

Hamilton, M. Cutler, L.L. D. 
Haverhill, Abiel Abbot 

Phineas Adams 
H Smith, D.D. 
Ipswich, Levi Frisbie 

Jo si ah Webster 
Joseph Dana 



Ministers, Etc. in Essex County, continued. 



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Lynn, Thomas C. Thacher 
Joseph Roby 
Friends 
Methodists 
Lynnfield, Joseph Mottey 
Manchester, 

Marblehead, Samuel Dana 
Isaac Story 
Wm. Harris 
Methodists 
Methuen, Hump. C. Pertey 
Middle ton, Solomon Adams 
Newbury, Samuel Tombe 
Leonard Woods 
Elijah Parish 
Newburyport, Thomas Cary 
Daniel Dana 
J. Andrews 
Samuel Spring 
C.W. Milton 
J. Boddily 
E. Bass, D.D. 



Rowley, Isaac Braman 
G.T. Williams 
Shubael Lovell 

Salem, John Prince, L.L.D. 
William Bentley 
Joshua Spaulding 
Thos. Barnard 
Daniel Hopkins 
Nathaniel Fisher 
Friends 

Salisbury 

Topsfield, A. Huntington 

Wenham, 



, D.D. 



MINISTERS, ETC. IN MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 



Acton, Moses Adams 
Ashby, Cornelius Waters 
Bedford, Samuel Stearns 
Billerica, H. Cumings, D.F. 
Boxboro, Joseph Willard 
Burlington, John Marrett 
Cambridge, Abiel Holmes 

Thaddeus Fiske 
John Foster 
William Jenks 
Carlisle, Paul Litchfield 
Charles town, J. Morse, D.D. 
Chelmsford, Hezekiah Packard 

J. Pec kens 
Concord, Ezra Ripley 
Dracut, Solomon Aikin 
Dunstable, 
Fast-Sudbury, 
Framingham, D. Kellogg 
Groton, Daniel Chaplin 
Holliston, Timothy Dickinson 
Hopkinton, Nath. Howe 
Lexington, Jonas Clark 
Lincoln, Charles Stearns 
Littleton, Edmund Foster 



i, Aaron Green 



Maiden, 
Marlborough, Asa Packard 
Medford, D. Osgood, D.D. 
Natick, Stephen Badger 
Newton, Jonathan Homer 
Wm. Greenough 
Joseph Grafton B 
Reading, Cal«b Prentiss 
Eliab Stone 
E Peter Sanborn 

B Pepperell, John Bullard 
B Sherburne, Elijah Browne 
B Shirley, Phineas Whitney 
B Stoneham, John H. Stevens 
Stow, Jonathan Newell 
Sudbury, Jacob Bigelow 
Tewksbury, Titus T. Barton 
Townsend, David Palmer 
Tyngsboro, N. Lawrence 
P Waltham, Jacob Cushing 

Watertown, Richard R. Eliot 
Weston, Samuel Kendall 

Methodists & B 
Westford, Caleb Blake 
Wilmington, F. Reynolds 
Woburn, 



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MINISTERS, ETC. IN WORCESTER COUNTY. 



B 



Ashburnhara, John Cushing 

Methodists & B 
Athol, Joseph Ellabrook 
Barre, Josiah,Dana 
Berlin, Reuben Puffer 
Bolton, Phineas Wright 
Brookfield, Lab an Thurber 
Thomas Snell 
Micah Stone 

Boylston, Ward Cotton 

William Nash 
Charlton, Erasfus Learned 
Methodists 

B 
Douglas, Isaac Stone 

B 
Dudley, Abiel Williams 
Fitchburgh, S. Worcester 

Methodists 
Gardner, Jonathan Osgood 
Gerry, Ezekiel L. Bascom 
Grafton, 

Hardwick, Moses Kenny B 
Ekenezer Burt B 
Methodists 
Harvard, Stephen Bemis 

G. Robinson B 
Hoi den, John Avery 
Hubbardston, 

Lancaster, Nathaniel Thayer 
Leicester, Zephaniah S. Moore 

B 
Leominster, Francis Gardner 
Lunenburgh, 
Mendon, Caleb Alexander 



Millford, David Long 
New-Brain tree, John Fisk 
Northboro, Peter Whitney 
Northbridge, John Crane 

John Cooper 
Oakham, Daniel Tomlinson 
Oxford, 
Paxton, Daniel Grosvenor U 

Petersham 

Princeton, Joseph Russell P 



Royal ton, Joseph Lee 



B 



Rutland, Hezekiah Goodrich 
Shrewsbury, Joseph Sumner 
Southboro, Jereboam Parker 
Spencer, Joseph Pope 
Sturbridge, Otis Lane 

Zenas L. Leonard B 
Sterling, Reuben Hoi comb 
Sutton, Edmund Mills 
Joseph Gosse 
Samuel Waters B 
Samuel King P 
Wm. Batchelder B 
Temple ton, E. Sparhawk 

Elislia Andrews B 
Upton, Benjamin Wood B 
Uxbridge, Samuel Judson 
Ward, Isaac Bayley 
Wes thorough, J. Robinson 
Western, Stephen Baxter 
Westminster, Asaph Rice 
Winchendon, Levi Pilsbury 
Worcester, Samuel Austin 
Aaron Bancroft 



MINISTERS, ETC. IN PLYMOUTH COUNTY. 



Alangton, Samuel Niles 

Bridgewater, John Read 

Zedekiah Sanger 
Samuel Angier 
John Porter E 
Asa Meach E 
V.W. Rathbun B 

Dover, John Howland B 

Duxborough, John Allyn 

Halifax, Abel Richmond 

Hanover, John Mellen 



Kingston, Zephaniah Willis 
Marshfield, William Shaw 

Elijah Leonard 



B 



Plump ton, 

Middleboro, Joseph Barker 
Caleb Turner 
David Gurney 

Isaac Backus B 
Samuel Nelson B 

Pembroke, Gad Hitcock, D.D. 



Ministers etc. in Plymouth County, continued. 



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Plymouth, James Kendall 

Ivory Hovey 
Rochester, Lemuel LeBarron 
Calvin Chaddock 
Oliver Cobb 



Scituate, David Barnes, D.D. 
Nehemiah Thomas 
W.W. Wheeler E 

Wareham, Noble Everett 



MINISTERS, ETC. IN BRISTOL COUNTY. 



Attleborough, John Wilder 

Nathan Holman 
James Reed B 
Elisha Carpenter B 
Berkley, Thomas Andros 
Dartmouth, Daniel Hicks B 

Friends 
Dighton, John Smith 

Enoch GofPe B 
Easton, William Read 
Freetown, Philip Hathaway 
Job Borden 

James Booner B 
Friends 
Mansfield, Roland Green 
Nite-Bedford, S. Wells, D.D. 
Isiah Weston 
John Lawrence 



Norton, Pitt Clark 
Raynham, P. Forbes, L.L. 3. 

B 
Methodists 
Rehobeth, Otis Thompson 

Benjamin Mason B 
Sylvester Round B 



John Pittman 


B 


Jacob Hicks 


B 


Presetted Pearse 


B 


Philip Pea ree 


B 


Somerset 




Swansizey, C. Thompson 


B 


Philip Slade 


B 


Taunton, John Pipon 






B 




E 



Westpor t, 



MINISTERS, ETC. IN BARNSTABLE COUNTY. 



Barnstable, Jo th. Waterman 

Oakes Shaw 
Chatham, Ephm. Briggs, Jun B 
Dennis, Nathan Stone 
Fastham, Philander Shaw 
Falmouth, Henry Lincoln 

Friends 
Harwich, John Simpkins 

Nathan Underwood 
Abner Lewis B. B 
Massapee, John Freeman B 
Orleans, Jonathan Bascom 



Provincetown, S. Parker 

Methodists 
Sandwich, Jonathan Burr 
Friends 
Methodists 
Truro, Jude Damon 
Wellfleet, Levi Whitman 

Methodists 
Yarmouth, Timothy Alden 

Gideon Havlty, Missionary to 
the Massapee Indians. 



MINISTERS, ETC. IN DUKE'S COUNTY 



Chilmark, Jonathan Smith 
Tisbury 



Edgarton, Joseph Thaxter 
Gayhead, Zach. Honsuit 
B Thomas Jeffery B 

Zachariah Mayhew, Missionary at Martha's Vineyard. 



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MINISTERS, ETC AT NANTUCKET. 



Nantucket, James Gurney 



Friends and Methodists. 



MINISTERS, ETC IN HAMPSHIRE COUNTY. 
In Towns on the East Side of Connecticut River. 



Amherst, D. Parsons, D.D. 

Ichabod Draper 
Belcher ton, Jerem. Haskell 
Samuel Bigelow 
Brimfield, Clark Brown 
Granby, Elijah Gridley 

Silas Polk 
Greenwich, Joseph Blodget 

Joshua Crosby 
Hadley, Samuel Hopkins 
Holland, Ezra Reeve 
Leverett, Henry Williams 

Elijah Montague 
Long-Meadow, R.S. Storrs 
Ludlow, Antipas Steward 
Monson, Jesse Ives 

Montague, Judah Nash 
New-Salem, Joel Foster 

Josiah Orcutt 
Northfield, Thomas Mason 
Orange, 

Methodists 
Palmer, Moses Baldwin 
Pelham, Andrew Oliver 

Matthias Cazier 



Shutesbury, Joseph Smellage B 
South-Hadley, Joel Hayes 

B South Brimfield, Elijah Codding 

g Sunderland, 

Sjpringfield, B. Howard 
Ware, Reuben Morse 
Warrick, Samuel Reed 
Wendell, Joseph Kilburn 
Wilbraham, Moses Warren 

Seth Clark B 
Methodists 



In Towns on the West Side of Connecticut River. 



Ashfield, Nehemiah Porter 

Enos Smith 
Barnardston, Amasa Cook 
Levi Hodge 
Blandford, Joseph Badger 

B and E 
Buckland, Josiah Spaulding 



B 



Charlemont, John Green B 
Chester, Aaron Bascom 
Chesterfield, Josiah Waters 

Ebenezer Vining B 
Colrain, Samuel Taggart 
Rufus Freeman 
Edmund Littlefield 
Conway, John Emerson 
Robert Keys 



P 

B 
B 

B 
P 



Cumington, James Briggs 
Deerfield, John Taylor 
East-Hampton, P. Willis ton 
Gill, John Jackson 
Goshen, Samuel Whitman 
Granville, Timo. M. Cooley 
Joel Baker 
Roger Harrison 



B 



Greenfield, Roger Newton 
Hatfield, Joseph Lyman 
Hawley, Jonathan Grout 
Heath, Joseph Strong, jun. 
Leyden, Joseph Green 

Asa Hibberd 
Middlefield, Jonathan Nash 



Ministers etc in Hampshire County, continued, 



BO 



Montgomery, S. Williams 
Norwich, Stephen Tracy 
Plainfield, Moses Hallock 

Rowe, Preserved Smith 
Russell, Ebenezer Stow 
Sherbourne, Theoph. Packard 

David Long 
Southhampton, Jonathan Judd 
Southwick, Isaac Clinton 



West Springs, J. Lathrop, D.D. 
Jesse Wightman 
Methodists 

West Hampton, Enoch Hale 

Westfield, Noah Atwater 

Whateley, Rufus Wells 

Asa Todd 
Williamsbourgh, Jos Strong 
Worthington, Jonathan L. Pomroy 



B 



B 



MINISTERS, ETC. IN BERKSHIRE COUNTY. 



Adams, Methodists 

Alford, Methodists 

Becket 

Bethlehem 

Cheshire, Peter Werden 

John Leland 
Clarksburgh 
Dal ton, James Thomson 
Egremfnt 
Great Harrington 



B 
B 
B 



Jeduthun Gray B 
Hancock, Clark Rogers B 
Lanesboro, Daniel Colins 
Lee, Alvan Hyde 
Methodists 
Lenox, Samuel Shepard 

Methodists and B 
Loudon 

Mt. Washington, Methodists 
New Ashford, Methodists 
New-Marlboro, J. Catlin 

Mathaniel Turner 
Par tridgef ield, John Leland 

Ebenezer Smith 



Pittsfield, Thomas Allen 

Valentine Rathbun 
Methodists 
Richmond, David Perry 
Sandisfield, Levi White 

Benjamin Baldwin 
Jesse Hartwell 
Savoy, Nathan Haskins 
Sheffield, Ephraim Judson 

Methodists 
Southfield 
Stockbridge, S. West, D.D. 

Tyringham, Joseph Avery 

Methodists 
Washington, W. Ballantine 
J. Nichols 
Methodists 
W. Stockbridge, Oliver Ayer 
Eber Moffat 
Williams ton, S«th Swift 

Methodists and B 
Windsor, G. Dorrance 
Zoar, 



MINISTERS, ETC. IN YORK COUNTY. 



Alfred, John Turner 
Arundel, Silas Moody 
Berwick, John Thomson 

William Batchellor 



Berwick continued 

Joseph Hilliard 
William Hooper 
Friends 



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Ministers, etc. in York County, continued. 



Biddeford, Nathl. Webster 
Buxton, Vacant 
Cornish, J. Chadbourn 
Coxhall, Simon Lock 
Kittery, William Briggs 

Samuel Chandler 

Joseph Litchfield 

Friends 
Lebanon, Isaac Hasey 
Limmerick, Edmund Eastman 

Ebenezer Kinsman 
Linington, Jona. Atkinson 
Newf ield 

Parsonsf ield, Benjamin Rolf 
Samuel Weeks 
Levi Chadbourn 



Pepperelbord, E. Whitcomb 
Philipsbourgh 
B Sanford, Moses Swett 

Otis Robinson 

Shapleigh, Brown 

Nehemiah Davis 
Tozer Lord 
Waterbortf, Henry Smith 

Pelatiah Tingley 
Wells, M. Hemmenway, D.D. 
B Nath. H. Fletcher 

Nathaniel Lord 
York, Isaac Lyman 

Rosewell Messenger 
Issac Briggs 



Towns, Etc. North of Great Ossapee River 



Bethel, Daniel Gould 

Brownf ield 

Fryeburg, Wm. Fessenden 

Zeb. Richardson 
Hiram 
Oxford, No. 5 



Pleasant Mount-Gore 

Porterf ield 

Saunhook 

State Land 

Waterford, Lincoln Ripley 



Plantations North of Great Amereskoggan River 
East-Andover Holmes' Grant 

Bestwick's Tract Ketchan's ditto 

MINISTERS IN CUMBERLAND COUNTY. 



Brunswick, S. Woodward B 
Elisha Williams B 
CapeElizab. Andrew Gregg 
Durham, Jacob Herrick 
Falmouth, Caleb Bradley 

John Waite U 

Friends and Methodists 
Freeport, Alfred Johnson 
Gorham, James McCorson B 

Gray, Merrill P 

Harpswell, Samuel Eaton 
New-Gloucester, Robert Low B 
Thomas Barnes U 



North Yarmouth, T. Gilman 

Rufus, Anderson 
Thomas Green B 
Pegypscot Gore 
Poland, Jon than Scott 

Methodists 
Portland, Saml. Dean, D.D. 
Elijah Kellogg 
Timothy Hilliard E 
Friends 

Benj. Titcomb B 
Raymond, 
Scarbord, Thomas Lancaster 

Nathan Til ton 
Standish, Daniel Marrett 
Windham, Nathaniel Stone 

B 



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Ministers in Cumberland County, continued 

Towns North of Sebago and the Range Ponds 



Bridgetown, Nath. Church 
Buckfield, Nathaniel Chace B 
Flints town 
Hartford, 

Hebron, John Tripp 
Methodists 
Norway 
Orisfield, Thomas Roby 



Paris, James Hooper B 
Poland, Jonathan Scott 

Methodists 
Raymond, 
Sumner 

Turner, John Strickland P 
Plantations, Nos. 1, 2, 3, & V 



On, and North of Great Amereskoggen River 
Holmes' Tract Tyngstown 

Jay" Plantations, Nos. 1, 2, 3, A, 

Livermore 5, 6, 7, and 8 

Rum ford 

MINISTERS, ETC. IN LINCOLN COUNTY. 



Towns on the West Side of Kennebeck River 
Bath, Methodists Lewistown Vacant 

Bowdoin, James Potter B Litchfield, Wm Stinson 
Bowdoinham, Job Macomber B 
Georgetown, E. Emerson Thompsonboro, B. Cole 

Topsham 

Wales 

Towns on the East Side of Kennebeck River 
Ballstown, Jos. Bailey 
Boothbay, John Sawyer 
Bristol, Alexander M'Lean 

William Riddel 

Friends 

Methodists and 
Camden 

Cushing, Ephraim Hall 
Dresden, Freeman Parker 
Edgecombe 

Chapman 

Miscongus-Island 
New-Castle, Kiah Bailey 



B 


New-Milford, Jona. Ward 




Nobleborough 


P 


Pownalborough 


P 


Thomas town 




E. Snow B 


B 


Union 




Methodists 


B 


Waldoborough, Frederick Retz 




Warren 


B 


Woolwick, Josiah Winship 


B 


B 



25 Mile Pond Plantation 



MINISTERS, ETC. JN KENNEBECK COUNTY. 
The following six Townships extend on both sides of 
Kennebeck River 
Augusta, Daniel Stone Norridgeneck 

Pitts town, James Bowers 
Canaan Winslow, Joshua Cushman 

Hallowell, Eliphalet Gillet 



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Ministers, etc. in Kennebeck County continued 
Towns on the West Side of Kennebeck River 



Anson 

Belgrade 

Chester 

Fairfield 

Farming ton 

Fayette, Eliphalet Smith 

Goshen 

Greene, Lemuel Jackson 

Littleborough 

Monmouth 

Mount-Vernon 

New-Sharon 



B 



B 



New Vineyard 

Reedf ield, tsaac Case 

Reidstown 

Sidney, Asa Wilber 
B S tarks 
B Sandy River 

Seven Mile Brook 
B Wayne, Thomas Francii Belding 

Winthrop 

Wyman's Plantation 



Towns on the East Side of Kennebeck River 

Barnardstown Vassalborough, . . _ ,, 

... Nehemiah Gould 
Cornville 

Clinton, Mephibosheth Cain B Friends 

Harlem, Job Chadwick B 

MINISTERS, ETC IN HANCOCK COUNTY. 



Towns on the East 
Blue-Hill, Jonathan Fisher 
Bucks town 

Castine, William Mason 
Eden 

Eddys town 
Ellsworth 
Goldsborough 
Metacaumfceag 
Mount-Desert 
Olammon, No. 1 
Orland 



Side of Penobscot River. 
Orrington 

PassedumKeag, No. 1 
Pennebscot, Jonathan Powers 
Sedgwick, Daniel Merrill 
Sullivan, Ab'm Cummings 
Sullivan, (adjacentsj 
Sunkhaze, No. 3 
Trenton 

Plantations on ) No. 6 
Union River ) No. 8 



Towns on the West Side of Penobscot River 



Apple ton 

Banger, James Boyd 

Belfast, Ebenezer Price 

Canaan 

Duck Trap 

Frankford 

Hampden 

Hope, Andrew Fuller 



B 



Kenduskeag 

Kontebakcok, or 

Quontelakook 

North port 

Pasha taquis, No. 1 

Peashaw, No. V 

Prospect 

Soudabskeek 



(The first three following are incorporated Townships composed of 
groups of Islands in Penescot Bay. Orphan-Island is at the mouth 
of Penebscot River) 

Vinalhaven, Methodists IsleboroJ Thomas Eames B 

Deer-Isle Orphan-Island 



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MINISTERS, ETC. IN WASHINGTON COUNTY. 



Addison 

Columbia 

Eastport, James Murphy 

Harrington 

Machias, Marshfield Steele 

Methodists 
Steuben 



Plantations ) No. 


11 


West of ) No. 


22 


Machias ) No. 


23 


Buck-Harbour 





Pinnamaquam 






Plantations 


) No. 


1 


between 


> No. 


2 


Scheodick 


> No. 


3 


and ] 


1 No. 


4 


KobbesKook ] 


1 No. 


5 


Rivers ] 


> No. 


6 


Plantations ) 


No. 


9 


East of ] 


No. 


10 


Machias ) 


1 No. 


11 




1 No. 


12 



Pews and Rights in Houses of Public Worship are considered 
and deemed in Law to be Real Estate, except in the Town of Boston; 
where they are to be considered as Personal Estate only. 



*Here is a Post-Office on the Eastern Confines of the U. States, 
JOHN BREWER, ESQ. Post-Master, No. 4, Schoedick. From Schoodick 
Post Office to St. Andrews and the British-Provinces, there is a 
regular communication for paid letters. 

WILLIAM KILBY, Post-Master, Denysville. 



CONVENTION 
Of the Congregational Ministers in the Commonwealth of 

Massachusetts. 



Their Meeting is held in Boston, in the afternoon of the last 
Wednesday in May (or day of Election) annually and on the following 
day at noon, after transacting the usual business of Convention, a 
Sermon is delivered in public before them, and a collection made for 
the charitable purpose of relieving the indigent widows of the des- 
ceased Clerymen. 

The Convention is a voluntary Association, embracing all of the 
Congregational Clergy of the Commonwealth, and vested with no particular 
authority or control over the Churches. They have opened a friendly 
correspondence with the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church, 
in the Middle and Southern States, and with the representative bodies 
of the Congregational Ministers in Conneticut, New Hampshire and 
Vermont, for the purposes of communicating and receiving from them 
whatever may tend to promote the interest of Christianity. 

A Standing Committee of Convention have been appointed for the 
purpose of certifying the good character and qualifications of 
Ministers and Candidates who may travel into other States; and 
an agreement has been entered into between the Convention and the 



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other representative bodies of Ministers in other States, mutually 
to communicate the names of their Committees for this purpose. 
Every certificate must be signed by one gentieman at least of that 
Committee, from whose bounds the person recommended travels. 

THE COMMITTEE IN MASSACHUSETTS CONSISTS OF THE FOLLOWING 
GENTLEMEN-- viz. 



Rev. 
Joseph Willard, D.D. L.L.D. 
President of Harvard Uni- 
versity Cambridge 
Steph. West, D.D. Stockbridge 
Seth Swift Williams town 
J. Lathrop, D.D. W. Springfield 
Joseph Lyman 



Roger Newton 

Caleb Alexander 

John Cushing 

Ezra Ripley 

Caniel Chaplin 

Peter Thatcher, D.D. Boston 

John Lathrop, D.D. ditto 



Hatfield 

Greenfield 

Merdon 

Ashburnham 

Concord 

Gorton 



Rev. 
Jed. Morse, D.D. 
Jason Haven 
Ezra Weld 
John Reed 

Perez Febes, L.L.D. 
Samul. West, D.D. 
Zephaniah Willis 
Jonathan French 
Thomas Barnard, D.D. 
Samuel Spring 
Samuel Deane, D.D. 
M. Hemmenway, D.D. 
Daniel Little 
Alden Bradford, 



Charles town 
Dedham 
Brain tree 
Bridgwater 
Raynham 
N. Bedford 
Kingston 
Andover 
Salem 
Newburyport 
Portland 
Welts 

ditto 
Pownalboro' 



The Convention "earnestly recommend to all young gentlemen, who design 
to devote themselves to the work of the ministry, to spend that portion 
of time in the study of divinity, which improved and judicious advisers 
shall think necessary to qualify them for public teachers." 

The Congregational Ministers throughout the Commonwealth, with some 
exceptions, are associated, and have regular stated meetings for 
fellowship and mutual improvement. The Convention have passed a vote, 
requesting the Moderator or Scribe of the several Associations through- 
out the Commonwealth, to forward to the Scribe of the Convention, a 
correct list of the members of their respective Associations, with 
the name of the Scribe of each, and the Candidates licensied by them; 
and have directed that the Scribe of the Convention procure the 
insertion of the several lists in the Massachusetts Register. 

The Convetion, solictious to collect and preserve accurate documents for 
a History of their Churches, have passed a vote, that each of the 
Congregational Ministrers in Massachusetts be requested to compile a 
history of his own Church, and of those in his vicinity which may happen 
to be vacant, and to make returns to the Scribe of the Convention. It 
is hoped, this important request will not pass unnoticed, but be 
productive of great good. 



EPISCOPALIAN BISHOPS IN AMERICA 
Edward Bass, Bishop in Massachusetts 



Residence 
Newburyport 



86 



Episcopalian Bishops in America, continued, 

Abraham Jarvis, Bishop in Connecticut 

Bishop for Vermont. 
Samuel Powell, Bishop in New York 

William White, Bishop in Pennsylvania 
Thomas J. Clagget, Bishop in Maryland 
James Madison, Bishop in Virginia 
Robert Smith, Bishop in Sou th-Carolind 
Jacob Mountain, Bishop in Canada 
Charles Inglis, Bishop in Nova-Scotia 
John Carrol, Roman Catholic Bishop 



Residence 



New- York City 
Philadelphia 

Richmond 

Quebec 
Halifax 

Bal timore 



REVENUE OFFICERS IN MASSACHUSETTS 
Port of Boston and Charles town. 

Benjamin Lincoln, Collector 
Benjamin Weld, Deputy Collector 

James Lowell, Naval Officer 

Thomas Melville, Surveyor and Inspector. 

INSPECTORS AND MEASURERS. 



Jonas C. Minot 
John F. Barber 
Thomas Edes 
Robert Duncan 
Benjamin Eaton 
Alden Bass 
Beza Lincoln 
John Popkin 



William Perkins 
Samuel Janes 
Joshua Thaxter 
Holyoke 
Willis ton 
Samuel Prince 
Samuel W. Hunt 
John Norton 



Joshua PicO 
Seth Wells 



WEIGHERS AND GAUGERS 



Samuel Wheelwright 
Peter Dolliver 



Hingham 



INSPECTORS OF OUT-PORTS 



Henry Thaxter 
Martin Lincoln 



Inspec tor 
Occasional 



Weymou th 



Levi Bates 



ditto 



Salem Joseph Hiller 

and William Pickman 
Beverly Bartholomew Putnam 



Collector 
Naval Officer 
Surveyor 



Beverly Josiah Bachelder Surveyor 
Marblehead Samuel RuSSel Gerry Collector 



Newburyport Dudley Atkins Tyng 
Jonathan Titcomb 
Michael Hoge 



Col lee tor 
Naval Officer 
Surveyor 



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Inspectors of Out-Ports continued 
Gloucester 



Thomas town 



William Tuck 
Samuel Whittemore 

Josiah Reed 

COLLECTORS 



Ipswich 

Plymouth 

Barnstable 

Nantucket 

Edgar ton 

New-Bedford 

Dighton 

York 

Kennebunk 

Biddleford and 

Pepperelboro' 

Portland 

Bath 

Wiscasser 

Waldeboro' 

Penobscot 

Machias 

Frenchmen's Bay 

Pasamaquoddy 



Collector 
Surveyor 

Inspector and Surveyor 



Asa Andrews 
William Watson 
Joseph Otis 
Stephen Hussey 
John Pease 
Edward Pope 
Hodijah Baylies 
Joseph Tucker 
Joseph Clark 

Jeremiah Hill 

Nathaniel F. Fosdick 

William Webb 

Francis Cook 

Joshua Head 

John Lee 

Stephen Smith 

M. Jordan 

Lewis Delisdernier 



GENERAL STAFF-OFFICERS OF MASSACHUSETTS MILITIA 

His Excellency CALEB STRONG, Captain-Genei al and 
Commander in Chief. 

Brigadier-General William Donnison, of Boston, 
Ad jutant-General ;-His office, No. 18, Winter-Street 
Amasa Davis, of Boston, Quarter-Master-General- 
His office, No. 129 Orange Street. 

DIVISIONARY STAFF-OFFICERS 

SIMON ELLIOT, of Boston, Maj or-General of the First 

Division-Counties of Suffolk and Norfolk. 

Major Nathan Frazier and Major John T. Sargent, Aid-de-camps 

GIDEON FOSTER of Danvers, Maj or-General of the second 
Division-County of Essex, Aid-de-camps. 
Colonel John Tracy, of Newburyport, deputy Adjutant- 
General, 2d Division. 

Joshua Carter, of Newburyport, Deputy Quarter-Master 
General, 2d Division. 

WILLIAM HULL, of Newton, Maj or-General of the third 
Division-County of Middlesex. 

Major Nathaniel Bethune and Major William Hunt, jun, 
Aid-de-Camps . 

Samuel Swan, of Charlestown, Deputy Quarter-Master- 
General, 3d Division. 

EBENEZER MATTOON, of Amherst, Maj or-General of the 
Fourth Division-County of Hampshire. 
Major Eleaser Porter and Major Samuel Gamwell, Aid- 
de-Camps. 

Colonel Joseph Williams, of Springfield, Deputy Adjut- 
ant General 4th Division. 

NATHANIEL GOODWIN, of Plymouth, Maj or-General of the 

5th Division. Counties of Plymouth, Bristol, Barnstable, 

Duke County and Nantucket. 

Major Nathan Hayward, Aid-de-Camps. 

ICHABOD GOODWIN, of Berwick, Major-Gen. of sixth 

Division Counties of York and Cumberland. 

Major Dudley Hubbard and Major Icabod Goodwin, jun, 

Aid-de-Camps . 

Colonel James Scammon, of Pepperelborough, Deputy, 

Adjutant General, 6th division. 

JOHN CUTLER, of Brookfield, Major General of the 
Seventh Division-County of Worster, 

Major Pelati'ah Hitchock and Major Liberty Bannister, 
Aid-de-Camps. 

Colonel Seth Bannister, of Brookfield, Deputy Adjutant- 
General 7th Division. 

Ephrain Mower, of Worcester, Deputy Quarter-Master 
General 7th Division. 



HENRI SEVELL, Major General of the Eighth Division- 
Counties of Lincoln and Kennfcbeck 

Major Barzillai Gannett and Major John 0. Page, Aid- 
de-Camps. 

TOMPSON J. SKINNER, Major-General of the Ninth 
Division- County of Berkshire, 

Major Ezekiel Bacon and Major Tompson J. Skinner, jun. 
Aid-de-Camps. 

Colonel Simeon Learned of Pittsfield, deputy Adjutant- 
General 9th Division , 

ALEXANDER CAMPBELL of Steuben, Major General of the 
Tenth Division-Counties of Hancock and Washington. 
Major John 6ooper and Major James Campbell Aid-de- 
camps. 

BRIGADE STAFF-OFFICERS. 

FIRST DIVISION- County of Suffolk and Norfolk. 

John Vinslow, Brigadier-General of Legionary Brigade. 
George Blanchard, Brigade-Major of ditto. 

Stephen Badlam, Brigadier-General, 1st Brigade. 
Samuel M. Thayer, Brigade-Major 

Eliakim Adams, Brigadier-General, 2d Bridgade. 
Jacob Mann, Brigade-Major 

Second Division-County of Essex 

Eliphalet Davis, Brigadier-General, 1st Brigade 
Sylvester Osborne, Brigade -Major 

James Bricket, Brigadier-General, 2d Brigade 
James Ayer, Brigade-Major. 

Third Division-County of Middlesex 

James Colburn, Brigadier-General, 1st Brigade 
Jeremiah Clap, Brigade-Major 

Henry Voods, Brigadier-General, 2d Brigade. 
Sampson Voods, Brigade-Major. 

Fourth Di ision-County of Hampshire 

Zebina Montague, Brigadier-General, 1st Brigade. 
Medad Dickinson, Brigade-Major 

William Lyman, Brigadier-General, 2d Brigade 
John Taylor, jun. Brigade-Major 

Fifth Division-Counties of Plymouth, &c 

Israel Fearing, Brigadier-General, 1st Brigade 
William Jackson, Brigade-Major 

Silas Cobb, Brigadier-General, 2d Brigade 
William Sever, Brigade-Major 

Ebenezer Lothrop, Brigadier-General, 3d Brigade. 

Brigade-Major 



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Sixth Division-Counties of York-Cumberland 

Andrew P. Fernald, Brigadier-General, 1st Brigade. 
William Jesserds, Brigade-Major 

William Cobb, Brigadier-General, 2d Brigade 
Nathaniel C. Allen, Brigade-Major 

Seventh Division-County of Worcester 

John Spurr, Brigadier-General, 1st Brigade 
Willaim P. Rider, Brigade-Major 

John Whiting, Brigadier-General, 2d Brigade 
Merrick Rice, Brigade-Major 

Eighth Division-Counties of Lincoln 
and Kennebeck 

Abiel Wood, Brigadier-General, 1st Brigade 
Seth Tinkham, Brigade-Major 

John Chandler, Brigadier-General, 2d Brigade. 
Samuel Howard, Brigade-Major. 

Ninth Divisim-County of Berkshire 

Silas Pepoon, Brigadier-General 1st Brigade 
Stephen Dewey, Brigade-Major 

Samuel Sloan, Brigadier-General 2d Brigade. 
William Towner, Brigade-Major 

Tenth-Division-Counties of Hancock n nd 
Washington 

John Crosby- Brigadier-General 1st Brigade 
Robert Wheeler, Brigade-Major 

George Stillman, Brigadier-General, 2d Brigade 
Josiah Harris, Brigade-Major 

FIELD OFFICERS in the several Counties. 

First Division- Suffolk and Norfolk 

LEGIONARY BRIGADE. 

Robert Gardner, Lieut. Colonel Commandant. 

Benjamin Harris, Major ) 

Lawson Dench, Adjutant ) Infantry 

Richard Austin Quarter-Master ) 

Samuel Hunt Surgeon ) 

Stephen Thayer Surgeons Mate ) 

FIRST REGIMENT 

Issac S. Gardner, Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant 
William Bosson and Edward Robinson, Majors 

SECOND REGIMENT 

John Barker, Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant. 
Jonathan Bates, and John White, Majors 

THIRD REGIMENT 

Benjamin Hayden, Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant 



Ichabod Holbrook and Barnabas Clark, Majors 

FIRST DIVISION- SECOND BRIGADE 

FIRST REGIMENT 
Moses Mann, Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant 
Reuben Newell and Ephraim Smith, Majors 

SECOND REGIMENT 

Robert Swan, jun, Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant 
Joseph Shepard and Nathan Gill, Majors 

THIRD REGIMENT 
Amos Turner, Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant 
Beriah Braslow and George Howes, Majors 

SECOND DIVISION- FIRST BRIGADE- ESSEX 

FIRST REGIMENT 
Elias H. Derby, Lieutenant-Colonel, Commandant 
Benjamin Pickman, jun, and William Frescott, Majors 

SECOND REGIMENT 

Eliphalet Davis, Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant 
John Tucker, Major 

THIRD REGIMENT 

James Burnham, Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant 
David Colby and William Weyer, Majors 

FOURTH REGIMENT 

James Robinson, Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant 
Benjamin Sweetfer and William Mansfield, Majors 

FIFTH REGIMENT 

Jethro Putnam, Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant 
Solomon Wilkins and Ebenezer Goodale, Majors 

SECOND DIVISION-SECOND BRIGADE-ESSEX 

FIRST REGIMENT 

Joshua Little, Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant 
Moses S. Moody and Sommerley Chafe, Majors 

SECOND REGIMENT 

, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Richard Dodge, Major 

THIRD REGIMENT 

Nathaniel Love joy, Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant 
Samuel Johnson and Thomas Savory, Majors 

FOURTH REGIMENT 

Jonathan Smith, Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant 
Isaac Wittier and Benjamin Young, Majors 

FIFTH REGIMENT 

Benjamin Town, Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant 
Zebulen Ingersoll, Major 

THIRD DIVISION-FIRST BRIGADE-MIDDLESEX 



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FIRST REGIMENT 

Jeduthun Villington, Lieutenant Colonel Commandant 
Ebenezer Cheney and Jonas Veyeth, Majors 

SECOND REGIMENT 

Amos Bordman, Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant 
John Jaquith, jun and Abijah Thompson, Majors 

THIRD REGIMENT 

John Edwards, Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant 
John Buttrick and James Barrett, Majors 

FOURTH REGIMENT 

Asa Eames, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Isaac Burnap, Major 

THIRD DIVISION-SECOND BRIGADE- MIDDLESEX 

FIRST REGIMENT 

Thomas Hapgood, Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant 
Jonas Holden and Moses Whitcomb, Majors 

SECOND REGIMENT 
Abel Boynton, Lieutenant- Colonel Commandant 
Jonathan Bancroft and Thomas Lawrence, Majors 

THIRD REGIMENT 

Joseph B. Varnum, Colonel 

William Hildreth, Lieutenant-Colonel 

John Parker, Major 

FOURTH DIVISION-FIRST BRIGADE-HAMPSHIRE 

FIRST REGIMENT 

, Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant 
Daniel Lamb, jun. and Luther Colton, Majors 

SECOND REGIMENT 

Jacob Noble, Lieutenant Colonel 

Gad Varriner and David Morley, Majors 

THIRD REGIMENT 

Elijah Dickinson, Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant 
Thomas Powers, Major 

FOURTH REGIMEN fi 

David Mack, Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant 
Timothy Hatch and Seth Par lens, Majors 

FIFTH REGIMENT 

Alexander Sessions, Lieutenant Colonel Commandant 
Aaron Morgan and David Young, Majors 

FOURTH DIVISION-SECOND BRIGADE-HAMPSHIRE 
FIRST REGIMENT 
Lemuel Dickinson, Lieutenant Colonel Commandant 
Erastus Lyman and Aaron Fisher, Majors 



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SECOND REGIMENT 

Daniel Veils, Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant 
Moses Bad comb and Stephan Webster, Majors 

THIRD REGIMENT 

James Goldsbury, Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant 
Ezekiel Kellog and Medad Alexander, Majors 

FOURTH REGIMENT 
Lebbeus Bates, Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant 
Joseph March and Ambrose Stone, Majors 

FIFTH REGIMENT 

Abel Wilder, Lieutenant Colonel Commandant 
Lamrock Flower, Major 

FIFTH DIVISION-FIRST BRIGADE-PLYMOUTH 

FIRST REGIMENT 
John Thomas, Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant 
Zacheus Bartlett and John Schav, Majors 

SECOND REGIMENT 

Charles Turner, jun. Liuetenant-Colonel Commandant 
Paul Merritt and John James, Majors 

THIRD REGIMENT 

Silvanus Laxell , Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant 
Daniel Carey and Daniel Hartwell, Majors 

FOURTH REGIMENT 

Abiel Washburn, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Peter Hoar and lowland Luce, Majors 

FIFTH DIVISION-SECOND BRIGADE- BRISTOL 

FIRST REGIMENT 

Philip Bowers, Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant 
Christopher Blanding and Abijah Bliss / Majors 

SECOND REGIMENT 

Robert Earle, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Sylveste r Browne 11 and John Sponner, Majors 

THIRD REGIMENT 

, Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant 
Thomas Lincoln and John Gilmore, jun. Majors 

FOURTH REGIMENT 

Benjamin Bates, Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant 
John Villiams and Ebenezer Bacon, Majors 

FIFTH DIVISION-THIRD BRIGADE- BARNSTABLE 
DUKES COUNTY, AND NANTUCKET 

FIRST REGIMENT 

Thomas Tacher, Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant 
David Nye and Isaiah Hall, Majors 



9* 
SECOND REGIMENT 



Jonathan Snov, Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant 
John Sparrow and JohnVi therell Majors 

SIXTH DIVISION-FIRST BRIGADE- YORK 
FIRST REGIMENT 

Ifaias Prebble, Colonel 
John Newell, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Jonathan Hill, Major 

SECOND REGIMENT 

John Lord, Lieutenant-Colonel 

John Laughton, jun and Ichabod Butler, Majors 

THIRD REGIMENT 

Joseph Morrell, Lieutenant-Colonel 

John Patten and Samuel Morrell jun, Majors 

FOURTH REGIMENT 
William Frost, Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant 
Benjamin Pierce and Samuel Cluff Majors 

FIFTH REGIMENT 
Joseph Parsons, Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant 
John Stickney and Paul Burnham, Mjaors 

SIXTH DIVISION-SECOND BRIGADE-CUMBr.RLAND 

FIRST DIVISION 

James Webb, Lieutenant Colonel Commandant 
Hugh McLellan and Nathaniel Wilson, Maj ors 

SECOND REGIMENT 

Ozias Blanchard, Lieutenant-Colonel 
James Rogers and Charles Thomas Majors 

THIRD REGIMENT 

Nathaniel Frost Lieuten6nT — Colonel 
Josiah Libby and Jonathan Moulton, Majors 

FOURTH REGIMENT 
Edward Anderson, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Benjamin Badge and Jedediah Cobb, Majors 

FIFTH REGIMENT 
Levi Hubbard, Lieutenant Colonel Commandant 
Mark Andrews and David Learned, Majors 

SEVENTH DIVISION-FIRST BRIGADE-WORCESTER 

FIRST REGIMENT 

, Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant 
John Davis and Asa Waite, Majors 

SECOND REGIMENT 
EZRA Wood, jun, Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant 
Paul Nelson, Major 



THIRD REGIMENT 9 -5 

Samel B Rice. Lieutenant-Colonel 
Oliver Crosby and Seth Hinkley, Majors 

FOURTH REGIMENT 

, Lieutenant Colonel Commandant 
Ebenezer Stone and Samuel Healey, Majors 

PIFTH REGIMENT 

Caleb Burbank , Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant 
Josiah Wheelock, Major 

SEVENTH DIVISION- SECOND BRIGADE 
FIRST REGIMENT 
Jonas Lane, Lieutenant Colonel Commandant 
Silas Holman and James Wilder, Majors 

SECOND REGIMENT 

Seth Vyman, Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant 
Jonas Ball, jun. and Benjamin Eager, Majors 

THIRD REGIMENT 

Joel Doolittle, Lieutenant-Colone Commandant 
James Caldwell and Daniel P a rkis, Majors 

FOURTH REGIMENT 

Abel Wood, Lieutenant Colonel Commandant 
Luke Joslyn and Benjamin Marshall^ Majors 

FIFTH REGIMENT 

Jacob B. Woodbury Lieutenant Colonel Commandant 
Elisha Parker and John Fair bank, Majors 

EIGHTH DIVISION-FIRST BRIGADE -LINCOLN AND 

KENNEBECK 

FIRST REGIMENT 

Danny M'Cobb, Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant 
James Rogers and Edward H. Page, Majors 

SECOND REGIMENT 

David Payson, Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant 
William Cunningham and David Payson, jun. Majors 

THIRD REGIMENT 

George Barstow, Lieutenant Colonel Commandant 
Daniel Waters and Charles Ifezdr, Majors 

FOURTH REGIMENT 

James W. Head, Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant 
Benjamin Bracket and Otis Robins, Majors 

EIGHTH DIVISION- SECOND BRIGADE 

FIRST REGIMENT 

Thomas Fillebrown, Lieutenant Colonel Commandant 
Seth Gay and Samuel Carr, Majors 

SECOND REGIMENT 



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William Kendal, Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant 
Elnatham Sherwin and Nehemiah A. Parker, Majors 

THIRD REGIMENT 
John Chandler, LieutenantoColonel Commandant 
Joel Thompson and James Harvey ,Maj ors 

FOURTH REGIMKNT 

James Jones, Lieutenant Colonel Commandant 
John Moon and Eli Weston Majors 

FIFTH REGIMENT 

Moses Chandler, Lieutement-Colonel Commandant 
Silas Gould and Jonathan Rust, Majors 

NINTH DIVISION-FIRST BRIGADE- BERKSHIRE 

FIRST REGIMENT 

, Lieutenant-Colonel 
David Tracey and John Ashley 3d, Majors 

SECOND REGIMENT 

Billey Messinger, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Nathan Dillingham and John Nye Majors 

THIRD REGIMENT 
Elias Lee, Lieutenant Colonel 
John Hide and Daniel Fowler, Majors 

NINTH DIVISION- SECOND BRIGADE 

FIRST REGIMENT 

Marshal Jones, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Asa Clothier, Major 

SECOND REGIMENT 

Elijah Northup, Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant 
Samuel Gates, and Moses Bixby, Majors 

THIRD REGIMENT 

Amos Holbrook, Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant 
Peter Warden, jun. and Gilbert Wadkins, Majors 

TENTH DIVISION-FIRST BRIGADE-HANCOCK AND 
WASHINGTON 

FIRST REGIMENT 

Jeremiah Vardvell, Lieutenant Colonel Commandant 
David Carlton and Pelatiah Leach, Majors 

SECOND REGIMENT 

John Blake Lieutenant Colonel Commandant 
Robett Treat, Major 



TENTH DIVISION-SECOND BRIGADE 



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FIRST REGIMENT 

Jeremiah O'Brien, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Joseph Vail is and John Brewer, Majors 

SECOND REGIMENT 

James Patten, Colonel 

Cornelius Thompson, Lieutenant-Colonel 

Melatiah Jordan, Major 



FIRST DIV1SI0N-LEGI0NARI BRIGADE-Boston 

OFFICERS IN THE SUB- LEG I ON OF ARTILLERY 
Daniel Wild Major 

Abraham Edwards Adjutant 
Elisha Wild Quarter-Master 



CAPTAINS 
Oliver Johonnot 
John Bray 



LIEUTENANTS 
George Singleton 
Nicholas Pearce, Jun 
David Cobb 
John Smith 



ANCIENT AND HONORABLE ARTILLERY COMPANY 
Incorporated in the year 1638 



Major Benjamin Russell 
Major George Blanchard 
Jonathan Loring 

Brigadier-General John Winslow 
Captain Thomas Clark 



Captain 

Lieutenant 

Ensign 

Treasurer 

Clerk 



INDEPENDENT CADETS 



Arnold Welles, 
Joseph Pearce, 
Thomas Brewer 
George Watson 



jun 
jun 



Captain with rank of Lieut. Col 
Lieutenant, with rank of Major 
Ensign with rank of Major 
Adjutant, with rank of Captain 



INDEPENDENT FUSILIERS 



John Brazer 
Benjamin Sumner 
Thomas Howe 
Samuel Jenks 



Captain 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant 

Ensign 



BOSTON LIGHT INFANTRY 



Daniel Sargent, jun. 
Francis J. Oliver 
John W. Heard 



Captain 

Lieutenant 

Ensign 



WINSLOW BLUES 



Daniel Messinger 
John Cotton 
George Wheeler 



M 



Captain 

Lieutenant 

Ensign 



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TOWN-OFFICERS in BQ5TUN. 



SELECTMEN. 

Charles Bulfinch, David Tilden, Russell Sturgis, 
Joseph Howard, Jonathan Hunnewell, William Porter, 
Wm. Sherburne, John Tileston, Ebenezer Oliver, 

Matthew Nazro, Attendant on the Selectmen. 

The Selectmen meet at their Chamber, at the East end 
of Faneuil-Hall , every Wednesday afternoon, for transacting 
the prudential affairs of the Town; and on the last Monday 
of each Month, for the purpose of examining and allowing 
Accounts against the Town. 

William Cooper, Town Clerk. 

Samuel Clap, Town-Treasurer. 



ASSESSORS OF TAXES 

John R. Sigourney, Ebenezer Seaver, 
Benjamin Hammatt, Jedediah Parker, 



John Hurd . 



Auditors of Accounts against the Town. 
Hon. Thomas Dawes, Joseph Russell, Samuel Brown. 



COLLECTORS OF TAXES. 



Benjamin Henderson, 
Thomas Bailey, 



Benjamin Jepson, 
Christopher Marshall. 



Charles Bulfinch, Esq. Superintendent of Police 
Office in Selectmen's Chamber, Faneuil-Hall. 

BOARD OF HEALTH. 



Ward , 

No. 1, Josiah Snelling, 

2, Robert Gardner,. Secr'y. 

3, William McKean, 

4, Samuel Prince, 

5, Mitchel Lincoln, 

6, Isaiah Doane, 



Ward, 

No. 7, Samuel Sumner, 

8 , David Bradlee , 

9 , Henry Vose , 

10, John Winslow, President, 

11, Ebenezer T. Andrews, 

12, William Dall. 



Dr. Thomas Welch, Visiting Physician of the Port 
William Phillips, Messenger to the Board. 



OVERSEERS OF THE POOR. 



Edward Procter, 
Edward Edes, 
William Phillips, 
Stephen Codman, 



John Sweetser, 
Henry Hill, 
Stephen Gorham, 
Redford Webster, 



Jonathan L. Austin, 
William Smith, 
Oliver Brewster, 
Thomas Perkins. 



Capt. Constant Freeman, Master of the Aims-House. 
Samuel Brown, Physician and Surgeon. 



Thomas Melville, 
Samuel Parkman, 
William Scollay, 
John May, 
Samuel Bradford, 
John Winslow, 
Stephen Codman, 
Thomas Dennie, 



FIRE-WARDS. 

Edward Edes, 
Russell Sturgis, 
Joseph May, 
William Brown, 
Joseph Head, 
Joseph Howard, 



Amasa Davis, 
Henry Jackson, 
Robert Gardner, 
Nathl. Fellowes, 
Thos. H. Perkins, 
Benjamin Joy, 



Andres Cunningham, John Bray, 
Simon Elliot, Gorham Parsons, 



George Trott, Hay-Weigher. 

William Hichborn, Weigher of Onions. 



CONSTABLES. 

5hubael Hewes, Jirah Holbrook, 

Amos Lewis, Enoch May, 

Samuel White, Andrew Townsend, 

Thomas Stevenson, Willard Lane, 



Abr. Tuckerman, 
Noah Butts, 
William Crosby. 



SEALERS OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. 

Richard Faxon, from the Roxbury line to Summer-Street. 
Richard Austin, from the last bounds to State-Street and 

Long Wharf, inclusive. 
Timothy Green, from the last bounds to include the North 

part of the Town. 

SEALERS OF LEATHER. 
Thomas Bradley, Matthew Loring, 

Surveyors of Highway, The Selectmen. 
Surveyors of Wheat, Edward Tuckerman, Edward Edes. 
Surveyors of Hemp, Jeffry Richardson, Isaac P. Davis. 
Inspector of Stone Lime, Edward Rumney. 
Assay-Masters, John Welles, William C. Hunneman. 
Informer of Deer, Abraham Adams. 

FENCE-VIEWERS. 



Benjamin White, 
Moses Eayres, 



Daniel Ingersoll, 
William Darricott. 



SURVEYORS OF FLAXSEED IN BUSTON. 10 ° 

Samuel Blagge, Arthur Langford, 

Robert Wyer, jun. Joseph Hammatt. 

SURVEYORS UF FLAXSEED IN CHARLESTOWN. 

Obediah White, Isaac Smith, jun. 

Benjamin Mirick, Caleb Lamson. 

SURVEYORS OF FLAXSEED IN NEWBURYPORT. 

John Stone, John Coombs, 

Moses Hoyt, William W. Prout. 

SURVEYOR in SALEM, Richard Nutting. 
Ditto in PORTLAND, Neil Mclntire. 

SURVEYORS OF BOARDS AND SHINGLES. 

Joseph Bentley, Benjamin White, Benjamin Page, 

James Blake, John Cogswell, Edmund Ranger, 

William Clouston, William Darricott, William Ellison, 

James Robbins, William Andrews, Daniel Ingersoll. 

MEASURERS OF WOOD AND BARK AT THE WHARVES. 

Joseph Gleason, North End of Boston. 
Daniel Ingersoll, jun. Centre of ditto. 
William Andrews, South End of ditto. 

MEASURERS OF WOOD COMING BY LAND. 

Israel Mead, South End of Boston. 

Jirah Holbrook, North End of ditto. 

Stephen Hall, ) .. n _ 

e , -r . I v West-Boston Bridge. 

Solomon Twist, ; 3 

CULLERS OF STAVES AND HOOPS. 

Henry Purkett, James Eunson, 

Lemuel Gardner, Thomas Barber. 

HAY-WARDS AND HOG-REEVES. 
Barney Connor, William Wheeler. 

CULLERS OF DRY FISH. 
Roger Bartlett, Jonathan Cushing. 

KEEPERS QF PUBLIC POWDER MAGAZINES. 

Ebenezer Hancock, Esq. at Boston. 
Mr. John Austin, at Charlestown. 

William Gooch, Clerk and Inspector of the Market. 

Samuel Adams, Town-Crier. 



MUNICIPAL COURT for the TOWN of BOSTON. 

Established by a Law enacted March 4th, 1B00. 

Hon. George R. Minot, Judge. (Salary 500 dollars.) 
John Phillips, Esq., Advocate. (Salary 200 dollars.) 
John Heard, Esq., Clerk. 

The Municipal Court is holden at Boston on the first 
Monday in every month. 

COMMITTEE to Visit the SCHOOLS. 

The Selectmen, together with the 

Hon. Thomas Dawes, Edward Gray, Esq. 

Rev. Samuel West, D.D. David Greene, Esq. 

Dr. Thomas Welsh, Rev. John T. Kirkland, 

Dr. Aaron Dexter, Rev. Joseph Eckley, D.D 

William Smith, Esq. Josiah Quincy, Esq. 

Arnold Welles, jun. Esq. Rev. William Emerson. 

INSTRUCTORS in the PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 

Samuel Hunt, Latin Grammar-Master. 
William Wells, Assistant ditto. 
John Tilestone, Writing-Master , North School. 
Ezekiel Little, English Grammar-Master, ditto. 
Jonathan Snelling, Writing-Master, Centre School. 
John Haskell, English Grammar-Master, ditto. 
Rufus Webb, Writing-Master, South School. 
Asa Bullard, English Grammar-Master. 



AUCTIONEERS in BOSTON. 

Thomas K. Jones, Samuel Clap, John B. Green, 

Samuel Bradford, Joshua Eaton, Robert Gardner, 

Thomas Fisher, John Perkins, John W. Quincy, 

William Alline, Robert G. 5haw, Samuel Blagge, 

Appleton Prentiss, Nathl. P. Hewes, Benjamin Tucker, 
John W. Nance. 

At SALEM, Walter P. Bartlett and William Lang. 

At NEWBURYPORT, James Kettell. 

At LYNN, William Colman. 

At ROXBURY, John Reed, jun. 



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PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS PRACTISING IN BOSTON, 
With the Streets in which t.hey have their Abode. 



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Thomais Bui finch, M.D. 
James Lloyd, M.D. 
Samuel Danforth, M.D. 
Isaac Rand, M.D. 
John Jeffries, M.D. 
Charles Jarvis 
Lemuel Hayward 
Thomas Kast 
David Townsend 
John Warren, M.D. 
William Eustis 
Thomas Welsh 
Aaron Dexter, M.D. 
Joseph Whipple 
William Spooner, M.D. 
Abijah Cheever. 
John Fleet, M.D. 
Isaac Rand 
Nahum Fay, M.B. 
William Ingalls, M.B. 
John F. Enslen 
Percival Hall 
Nathaniel Smith 
Samue ] Br own , M.B. 
Thomas Danforth 
James Jackson 
Samuel Hunt, Jun. 
Joshua Thomas 
Goss 



Bowdoin-Square, West-Boston 

Tremont-Street, near Concert-Hall 

Ditto, opposite ditto 

Atkinson-Street 

Frankl in -Street, near the Tontine 

Corner of Summer-Street 

Newbury-Street, near the White Horse 

Hanover-Street, near Cold-Lane 

Pot-Ash Office in Pleasant-Street 

Middle of South School-Street 

Sudbury-Street, bottom of Cold-Lane 

No. 13, Federal-Street 

Lower end of Milk-Street 

Orange-Street, South-End 

Cambridge-Street, West-Boston 

Court-Street 

At the Bible and Heart in Cornhill 

Bottom of Milk-Street 

Garden-Court, near Old North-Square 

Cornhill 

Nassau-Street 

Back-Street 

Middle -Street 

No. ^+5, Newbury-Street 

Bowdoin-Square 

Court-Street 

Garden-Court 

Ann-Street, corner of Centre-Street 

Cambridge-Street 



SURGEONS DENTIST IN BOSTON 



William P. Greenwood 
Josiah Flagg 



Opposite the head of the Mall 
Devonshire-Street, near the Post Office 



WARDENS FOR THE PORT OF BOSTON AND CHARLESTOWN 

Nathaniel B. Lyde 
William Hay man 
Alden Bass 

BRANCH PILOTS IN THE STAT., OF MASSACHUSETTS 



Thomas Knox ' 
Charles Cole 
Robert Knox 



Pilots for the Inward 
Division of the Port and 
Harbour of Boston 



Josiah Ayres 
Thomas Barnard 
Nathaniel B. Lyde 
Lemuel Ayres 



Pilots for the Outward 
Division of the Port and 
Harbour of Boston 



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By a late Law of this Commonwealth, the Pilotage of the 
Harbour of Boston, is formed into two divisions, Outward and 
Inward. The outward division consists of four branches; and 
the inward division consists of three branches: And no person 
so commissioned as a Pilot, or his Deputy, shall undertake to 
bring in or carry out of said harbour any vessel drawing nine 
feet of water, (coasters and fishing-vessels excepted) except 
in his own particular branch, under the penalty of fifty dollars, 

The Governor and Council determine and fix the fees of 
pilotage of the several Pilots for the harbour of Boston, from 
time to time, having respect to the different risk and hazard 
of the inward and outward divisions, and according as the 
circumstances of peace or war, and the seasons of the year may 
severally require, and the same to be^ specified on their 
respective warrants. A schedule of their fees to be hung up 
in the Custon-House for the Port of Boston and Charlestown, for 
public inspection and information. 

COLUMBIAN SOCIETY 

Instituted 
Rev. John Read, President 
Hon. Seth Paddelford, Vice-President 
Benjamin Whitman, Esq., Corresponding Secretary 
Nahum Mitchell, Esq., Recording Secretary 
Sylvanus Lazell, Esq., Treasurer 

COUNSELLORS 

Hon. Joshua Thomas Jonathan Shaw, Esq. 
Hon. Beza Hay ward Dr. Bryant 
Benjamin Beale, Esq. Hon. Daniel Howard 

The object of this Society is the promotion of Agricultural 
and Literary pursuits. Their Annual Meetings are held at the 
Academy in South Parisn, Bridgwater, the 1st Thursday in October 
of each year. Their Quarterly Meetings are the 1st Thursdays 
of January, April and July. 



THE 



UNITED STATES CALENDAR 



104 



Government of the UNITED STATES. 

THOMAS JEFFERSON, LL.D. PRESIDENT. 

AARON BURR, Vice-President of the UNITED 
STATES, and President of the Senate. 

SENATE. 



New- Hampshire, 
Massachusetts , 
Rhode-I sland , 
Connecticut , 
Vermont , 
New-York , 
New-Jersey, 
Delaware , 
Pennsylvania , 
Maryland , 
Virginia , 



James Sheaffe, Simeon Olcott. 

Dwight Foster, Jonathan Mason. 

Theodore Foster, Christopher Ellery. 

James Hillhouse, Uriah Tracy. 

Stephen R. Bradley, Nathaniel Chipman. 

Gouverneur Morris , John Armstrong. 

Jonathan Dayton, Aaron Ogden. 

Samuel White, W. H. Welles. 

Peter Muhlenburq, James Ross. 

John Eager Howard, James Lloyd. 

Stevens T. Mason, Wilson C. Nicholas. 
North-Carolina, David Stone, Jesse Franklin. 
South-Carolina, Jacob Read, Charles Pinckney. 
Georgia, Abraham Baldwin. 

Kentucky, John Brown, John Brackenbridge . 
Tennessee, William Cocke, John Anderson. 
Samuel Allyne Otis, Secretary. 



By the Constitution, the Vice-President is President of 
the Senate, but has no vote unless the Senate is equally 
divided . 



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HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES. 

NEW-HAMPSHIRE, sends 4. 

Abiel Foster, Samuel Tenny, 

Joseph Pierce, George B. Upham. 

MASSACHUSETTS, 14 

Richard Cutts, Ebenezer Matton, 

Peleg Wadsworth, Nathan Read, 

John Bacon, William Shepard, 

Phanuel Bishop, Joseph B. Varnum, 

Manasseh Cutler, Lemuel Williams, 

William Eustis, Josiah Smith* 
Seth Hastings, 

RHODE-ISLAND, 2. 
Thomas Tillinghast, Joseph Stanton. 

CONNECTICUT, 7. 

Samuel W. Dana, John Cotton Smith, 

John Davenport, jun. Benjamin Talmadge, 

Roger Griswold, Calvin Goddard. 
Elias Perkins, 

VERMONT, 2. 
Israel Smith, Lewis R. Morris. 

NEW-YORK, 10. 

John Smith John P. Van Ness, 

Samuel L. Mitchel, David Thomas, 

P. Van Cortland, K. K. Van Rensselaer, 

Luc. Elmendorph, Benjamin Walker, 

Theodorus Bailey, Thomas Morris. 

NEW-JERSEY, 5. 

John Condit, Helms, 

Mott , Southard* 



' 



•Elmer, 



DELAWARE, 1. 
James A. Bayard. 

PENNSYLVANIA, 13. 

William Jones, John Stewart, 

Michael Leib, Andrew Gregg, 

Joseph Hemphill, Henry Woods, 

Robert Brown, John Smilie, 

Joseph Heister, William Hoge. 
John A . Hanna , 
Thomas Boude, 



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MARYLAND, 8. 



John Archer, 
Richard Sprigg, 
Daniel Heister, 
Thomas Plater, 



Samuel Smith, 
Joseph H. Nicholson, 
John Dennis , 
John Campbell . 



VIRGINIA, 



John Dawson, 
Thomas Newton, jun. 
Richard Brent, 
John Clopton, 
John Talliaferro, 
Samuel T. Cabell, 
John Randolph, 
Anthony New, 
Philip R. Thompson, 
Thomas Claiborne, 



19. 
Littleton W. 



Taz ewell , 



NORTH-CAROLINA, 10. 



James Holland, 
Robert Williams, 
Nathaniel Macon, 
William Barry Grove, 
Willis Alston, 



A . Henderson , 
Richard Stanford, 
William H. Hill, 
John Stanley, 
Charles Johnson. 



SOUTH-CAROLINA, 6. 



Thomas Lowndes, 
Thomas Sumpter, 
Thomas Moor, 



John Rutledge, 
William Butler, 
Benjamin Huger. 



GEORGIA, 2. 
Milledge, Benjamin Talliaferro 

KENTUCKY, 2. 
John Fowler, Thomas T. Davis. 

TENNESSEE, 1. 



Department of STATE. 



James Madison, 
Jacob Wagner, 



Secretary . 
Chief Clerk . 



Department of the TREASURY 
Albert Gallatin, Secretary. 



John Steele, 
Richard Harrison, 
William Miller, 

Joseph Nourse, 



Comptroller. 

Auditor . 

Commissioner of the Revenue 

Treasurer . 

Register. 



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Henry Dearborn, 
William Simmons, 
Israel Wheelen, 
William Irvine, 



WAR Department. 

Secretary . 

Accountant. 

Purveyor of Public Supplies. 

Superintendent of Military Stores 

NAVY Department. 



Robert Smith, 
Thomas Turner, 



Secretary. 
Accountant. 



JUDICIARY. 
SUPREME COURT. 

John Marshall, Chief Justice. 

William Cushing, of Massachusetts, i 
William Patterson, of New-Jersey, 
Samuel Chase, of Maryland, 
Bushrod Washington, of Virginia, 
Alfred Moore, of North-Carolina, 

Levi Lincoln, of Massachusetts, Attorney-General. 
Elias B. Caldwell, of Washington City, Clerk. 

The Records of the Court of Errors and Appeals, in cases of 
capture, are lodged in the Clerk's Office of this Court. 



Associate Justices. 



CIRCUIT COURTS. 

John Lowell, of Massachusets, Chief Judge 
Benjamin Bourne, of Rhode-Island, and 
Jeremiah Smith, of New-Hampshire, Judges 

Egbert Benson, of New-York, Chief Judge 
Oliver Wolcott, of Connecticut, and 
Samuel Hitchcock, of Vermont, Judges 

Wm . Tilghman, of Pennsylvania, Chief Judge 
Richard Bassett, of Delaware, and 
William Griffith, of New-Jersey, Judges 

Philip Barton Key, of Maryland, Chief Judge 
George Keith Taylor, of Virginia, and 
Charles Magill, of Virginia, Judges 

Dominick A. Hall, of S. Carolina, Chief Judge 
Henry Potter, of North-Carolina, Judge 

One appointment vacant. 



of the First 
Circuit. 



of the Second 
Circuit. 



of the Third 
Circuit. 



of the Fourth 
Circuit. 

of the Fifth 
Circuit. 



ice 



DISTRICT OFFICERS. 



District of 
Maine . 



District of 
New- Hampshire 



District of 
Massachusetts 



District of 
Rhode-Island . 



District of 
Connecticut. 



District of 
Vermont. 



District of 
New-York . 



District of 
New-Jersey . 



District of 
Pennsylvania 



District of 
Delaware . 



District of 
Maryland. 



David Sewall, Judge. 
Silas Lee, Attorney. 
Isaac Parker, Marshal. 

John Pickering, Judge. 

John 5. Sherburne, Attorney. 

Bradbury Cilley, Marshal. 

John Davis, Judge. 
George Blake, Attorney. 
Samuel Bradford, Marshal. 

David L. Barnes, Judge. 
David Howell, Attorney 
William Peck, Marshal. 

Richard Law, Judge. 
Pierpont Edwards, Attorney. 
Philip B. Bradley, Marshal. 

Elijah Paine, Judge. 
David Fay, Attorney, 
John Willard, Marshal. 

John Sloss Hobart, Judge. 
Edward Livingston, Attorney 
John Swartwout, Marshal. 

Robert Morris, Judge. 
George Maxwell, Attorney. 
Thomas Lowry, Marshal. 

Richard Peters, Judge. 

Alexander J. Dallas, Attorney for the 
Eastern, and 

James Hamilton, Attorney for the West- 
ern District. 

John Smith, Marshall for the Eastern, and 

Presley Carr Lane, Marshall for the West- 
ern District. 

Gunning Bedford, Judge, 
George Read, jun. Attorney. 
Joel Lewis, Marshal. 

James Winchester, Judge. 
Zebulon Hollingsworth , Attorney. 
Reuben Etting, Maryland. 



District of 
Columbia . 



District of 
Virginia . 



Potomac District, 



District of 
Kentucky. 



District of 
North-Carolina . 



District of 
South-Carolina 



District of 
Georgia . 



District of 
Tennessee . 



William Kilty, Chief Judge. 

William Cranch,) Judges. 

James Marshall,) 

John Thompson Mason, Attorney, 

Daniel Carroll Brent, Marshal. 

John Hewett, Register of Wills for Wash- 
ington County, and 

Cleon Moore, for that of Alexandria. 

William H. Dorsey, Judge of the Or- 
phans Court for Washington, and 

George Gilpin, for that of Alexandria. 

Cyrus Griffin, Judge. 

John Monroe, Attorney for the Western 
District, and 

Andrew Moore, Marshal for the Western 
District. 

Thomas Nelson, Attorney for the East- 
ern District, and 

Joseph Scott, Marshal for the Eastern 
District. 

Walter Jones, Attorney. 
William Baker, Marshal. 

Harry Innes, Judge. 

Joseph H. Davies, Attorney. 

Joseph Crockette, Marshal. 

John Sitgreaves, Judge. 
Benjamin Woods, Attorney. 
John S. West, Marshal. 

Thomas Bee, Judge. 
Thomas Parker, Attorney. 
Charles B. Cochran, Marshal. 

William Stevens, Judge. 
Charles Jackson, Attorney. 
Ambrose Gordon, Marshal. 

John M'Nairy, Judge. 
Thomas Gray, Attorney. 
Robert Hays, Marshal. 



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COUNSELLORS AND ATTORNIES IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, 
MASSACHUSETTS DISTRICT. 



James Sullivan, 
Shearjashub Bourne, 
Benjamin Hichborn, 
Theophilus Parsons, 
William Tudor, 
Perez Morton, 
William Wetmore, 
Levi Lincoln, 
Israel Keith, 
William Hunt, 
William Hull, 
Ebenezer Bradish, 
Thomas Edwards, 
Jonathan Mason, 
Edward H. Robbins, 
Christopher Gore, 
Jonathan Fay, 
Rufus G. Amory, 
George R. Minot, 
Samuel Dexter, 
Joseph Hall, 
John Davis, 



Edward Gray, 
Harrison G. Otis, 
William Prescott, 
William Symmes, jun. 
Thomas Williams, jun 
Horatio Townsend, 
Timothy Bigelow, 
Joseph Blake, jun. 
John Lowell, jun. 
I saac Parker , 
John Phillips, 
Barnabas Bidwell, 
George Blake, 
Benjamin Whitman, 
John Cal lender , 
Josiah Quincy, 
Samuel Haven, 
Joseph Rowe , 
Ebenezer Gay , 
William Sullivan, 
Josiah Bartlett, 
Charles Paine. 



COMMISSIONERS OF LOANS. 



New- Hampshire, 


- 


William Gardner. 


Massachusetts , 


- 


Thomas Perkins . 


Rhode-I sland, 


- 


Jabez Bowen. 


Connecticut, 


- 


William Imlay. 


New-York ,. 


- 


Matthew Clarkson 


New-Jersey, 


- 


James Ewing. 


Pennslyvania , 


- 


Stephen Moylan. 


Delaware , 


- 


John Stockton. 


Maryland, 


- 


Benjamin Howard. 


Virginia , 


- 


John Hopkins. 


North-Carolina, 


- 


Sherwood Haywood 


South-Carolina, 


- 


John Neufville. 


Georgia, 


- 





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MINISTERS of the UNITED STATES resident in FOREIGN 

COUNTRIES. 

Rufus King, Minister Plenipotentiary, London 

Robert R. Livingston, ditto, ditto, Paris. 

Thomas Sumter, jun. Secretary of Legation. 

Charles Pinckney, Minister Plenipotentiary, Madrid 

John Graham, Secretary of Legation. 

CONSULS AND COMMERCIAL AGENTS. 

CONSULS in the KINGDOM of GREAT-BRITAIN and its 

DEPENDENCIES. 




Josep.. 

Thomas Auldjo, 

George Knox, 

John C. Murray, ditto, 

James Holmes, ditto, 

John Church, ditto, 

Harry Grant, ditto, 

Jacob Lewis, ditto, 

Benjamin H. Phillips, ditto, 

John Gavino, ditto, 

Nicholas Rousselet, ditto, Demarara and Essequibe, 



Curacoa . 
Gilbraltar. 

n _. 



Nicholas Rousselet, ditto, Demarara and Essequi 
John Elmslie, jun. ditto, Cape of Good Hope. 
Joseph Pulis, ditto, Malta. 

COMMERCIAL AGENTS to the FRENCH REPUBLIC and her 

DOMINIONS. 

Fulwar Skipwith, Commercial Agent, Paris. 

James Blake, ditto, Antwerp. 

Peter Dobell, ditto, Havre-de-Grace. 

William Lee, ditto, Bourdeaux. 

Edward Jones, ditto, Island of Guadaloupe. 

Mr. De la Motte, Vice-Commercial Agent, Havre-de-Grace. 

Thomas Aborn, Commercial Agent, Cayenne. 

William Buchanan, ditto, Isle of France and Bourbon, 



112 



Etienne Cathalan, 
Thomas F . ban tt , 
Francis L. Taney, 
Charles D. Coxe, 
Tobias Lear, 



Commercial Agent, Marseilles. 
ditto, Nantz. 
ditto, Ustend 
ditto, Dunkirk. 
General Commercial Agent in St. Domingo, 

resident at the Cape. 
Commercial Agent, City of St. Domingo. 
Bartholomew Dandridge , Consul for the Southern Department, 

excluding Petit Goave. 
Robert Ritchie, Consul for Port-au-Prince. 



John E. Caldwell, 



CONSULS to the KINGDOM of SPAIN and its 
DOMINIONS. 



Moses Young, 
Joseph Yznardi, jun. 
Robert Montgomery, 
William Kirkpatrick, 
Lewis Meagher O'Brien, 
Augustin Madan, 
Daniel Clark , 
William E. Huling, 
John Morton, 
Josiah Blakely, 
William Willis 
John Culnan, 



Consul at Madrid. 

ditto , Cadiz . 

ditto, Alicant. 

ditto, Malaga. 

ditto, St. Andero. 

ditto, La Guira. 

ditto, New-Orleans. 
Vice-Consul at ditto. 
Consul at Havanna. 

ditto, St. Iago, in Cuba 

ditto, Barcelona. 

ditto, Teneriffe. 



To the KINGDOM of PORTUGAL and its DOMINIONS 



Thomas Buckley, 
John Street, 



Consul at Lisbon, 
ditto, Fayal. 



To the BATAVIAN REPUBLIC. 



Sylvanus Bourne, 
Joseph Forman, 



Consul General, Amsterdam 
Consul, Rotterdam. 



To the KINGDOM of DENMARK and its DOMINIONS 

Hans Rodolph 5aabye, Consul at Copenhagen. 
Henry Cooper, ditto, Santa Cruz. 



To PRUSSIA. 
Frederick W. Lutze, Consul at Stettin. 



To GERMANY. 

Joseph Pitcairn, Consul at Hamburg. 
Frederick J. Wichelhausen , 

ditto, Bremen. 
Philip Marck, ditto, Franconia. 

John Lamson, ditto, Trieste. 



113 

CONSULS to the KINGDOM of SWEDEN. 

Elias Backman, Consul at Gottenberg. 

To the ITALIAN STATES. 

Thomas Appleton, Consul at Leghorn. 
John Matthieu, ditto, Naples. 

John Baptiste Sartori, ditto, Rome. 
Frederick H. Walloston , ditto , Genoa. 



To the BARBARY POWERS. 

Richard O'Brien, Consul General at Algiers. 
James Leander Cathcart, Consul at Tripoli. 
William Eaton, ditto, Tunis. 

James Simpson, ditto, Morocco. 



MINISTERS, CONSULS and COMMISSARIES of FOREIGN 
POWERS, resident in the UNITED STATES. 



From the KINGDOM of GREAT-BRITAIN, 

Edward Thornton, Charge des Affaires. 

Thomas Earclay, Consul General for the Eastern States. 
Phineas Bond, ditto, Middle and Southern States. 
Thomas M'Donough, Consul for New-Hampshire, Massachusetts, 

Rhode-Island and Connecticut. 
John Breese, Vice-Consul, Rhode-Island. 
Gabriel Wood, ditto, Baltimore. 
Benjamin Moodie, Consul for North and South-Carolina, and 

Georgia . 
John Wallace, Vice-Consul for Georgia. 
John Hamilton, Consul, Norfolk. 



From the FRENCH REPUBLIC. 

Louis Andre Pichon, Charge des Affaires and Commissary- 
General of Commercial Relations. 

Citizen Oster, Vice-Commissary of Commercial Relations 
for Virginia. 

Charles Francois Liot, Commissary of Commercial Rela- 
tions for Pennsylvania and Delaware. 

Louis Arcambal, (temporary) Vice-Commissary of Com- 
mercial Relations for Maryland. 

Marc Antoine Alexis Giraud, Commissary of Commercial 

Relations for New-Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode- 
Island and Connecticut. 



114 



From the KINGDOM of SPAIN. 

Chevalier de Yrujo, Minister Plenipo tun ti ary . 
Thomas Stoughton, (temporary) Consul General. 



Antonio Argote Villalobus, Consul, 

Juan Baptista Barnabeu, ditto, 

Diego Murphy, ditto, 

Felipe Fatio, ditto, 

Don Manuel Rengel, ditto, 

Don Juan Stoughton, ditto, 

Connecticut, Rhode-Island and Vermont. 

Joseph Wiseman, Vice-Consul at Newport. 



Virginia and Kentucky. 

Maryland . 

North and South-Carolina. 

Pennsylvania . 

Georgia . 

New-Hampshire, Massachusetts, 



From the KINGDOM of PORTUGAL 



John Abram, 

James F. Vercnock, 

Richard Codman, 



Vice-Consul at New-York. 

ditto, South-Carolina, 
ditto, Massachusetts. 



From the BATAVIAN REPUBLIC. 



R . G . Van Polanen , 
Adrian Valck, 
Jan Boonen Graves, 
J . H . C . Heineken , 



Minister Resident. 

Consul for Maryland and Virginia. 

ditto, South-Carolina and Georgia. 
Commercial Agent, Pennsylvania. 



From PRUSSIA. 

Johann Ernst Christian Schultz, Consul, Baltimore. 

From the KINGDOM of DENMARK. 
Blichu Olson, Consul General. 



From SWEDEN. 



ditto , 



Richard Soderstrom, 
Joseph Winthrop, 
Jonathan Swift, 

the Potomac. 
Charles P. Degen, 

setts and Rhode-Island. 
Henry Gahn, ditto, 

John Cowper, ditto, 

in Virginia, except those on the Potomac. 
John Baritz, Vice-Consul for North-Carolina. 
Peter Collin, ditto, Maryland. 



Consul General. 

Vice-Consul, Charleston, (5. Carolina.) 
ditto, Columbia, and the Ports on 

New-Hampshire, Massachu- 



New-York and Connecticut. 
Norfolk, and all other ports 



11' 



NORTH-WESTERN TERRITORY. 

Arthur St. Clair, Governor. 

Charles Willing Byrd, Secretary. 

James Findlaye, Marshal, ) - ,, n . . . , „ n , . 
I/-T1- m u-ii S4 . +n ' Dll \ Tor the District of Ohio 
William McMillan, Attorney,; 

John Cleves Symmes, Chief Justice. 

Joseph Gilman, ^Judqes. 

Return Jonathan Meigs, jun.) 

MISSISIPPI TERRITORY. 

William C < C. Claiborne, Governor. 
Join Steele, Secretary. 
Seth Lewis, Chief Justice. 
Peter Bryan Bruin, 2nd Judge. 
Daniel Tilton, 3rd ditto. 



INDIANA TERRITORY. 

William H. Harrison, Governer. 
John Gibson, Secretary 
William Clark, Chief Justice. 
Henry Vanderburgh, 2d Judge. 
John Griffin, 3d ditto. 



RECEIVERS of PUBLIC MONEY for LANDS. 

James Findlaye, at Cincinnati. 

Elijah Backus, at Marietta. 

Zaccheus Biggs, at Steubenville . 

Samuel Findley, at Chilicothe 



REGISTERS of the LAND-OFFICE of the UNITED STATES 



David Hoge, 
Peregrine Foster, 
Israel Ludlow, 
Thomas Worthington, 



Register, Steubenville. 

ditto, Marietta, 

ditto, Cincinnati, 

ditto, Chilicothe. 



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ne 



Governors in the Several States. 



New Hampshire, 

Massachusetts, 

Rhode Island, &c. 

Connecticut, 

Vermont, 

New York, 

New Jersey, 

Pennsylvania, 

Delaware, 

Maryland, 

Virginia, 

North Carolina, 

South Carolina, 

Georgia, 

Kentucky, 

Tennessee, 

Mississippi Territory, 

North West Territory, 

Indiana Territory, 



John Taylor Gilman. 
Caleb Strong. 
Arthur Fenner. 
Jonathan Trumbull. 
Isaac Tichenor. 
George Clinton. 
Joseph Bloomfield. 
Thomas McKean. 

Hall. 

Benjamin Ogle. 
James Monroe. 
Benjamin Williams. 
John Drayton. 
Josiah Tattnall, Jr. 
James Garrard. 
Archibald Roane. 
W. C. C. Claiborne, 
Arthur St. Clair. 
William Henry Harrison, 



ROADS to the principal Towns on the Continent 
from Boston, with the Names of Innkeepers. 



119 



From Boston 

over Seekhonk, 

Rehoboth. 
Roxbury 
Dedham 

Walpole 
Wren t ham 
Attleborough 

Rehoboth 

Warren 

Bristol 

Ferry-House 

Portsmouth 

Newport 



to Newport, 

through 

Miles 

Whiting 8 

Ames & Gay 3 

Ellis 3 

Polley 7 

Druce 6 

Holmes 5 

Newell k 

Carpenter 7 

Cole 8 

Bourn k 

Pear-se 2 

Corgden 7 

Townsend 5 



Harwick 

ditto 
Eastham 

ditto 
Wellfleet 

Truro 

ditto 
Province town 



Silk 7 

Clark & Snow 1 

Knowles 6 

Knowles 3 

Collins & 

Lombard 9 

Knowle s 7 

Stevens 1 

Nickerson 7 



69 



117 

To Martha's Vineyard. 
Sandwich Fessenden 60 
Falmouth Fish 10 

Falmouthtown Hatch 8 
Wood's Hole Parker k 
Over the ferry to Vineyard 9 



















91 


To Plymouth 


and 


Cape Cod. 












Roxbury 






Bugbee 


k 










Milton 






Pierce 


3 


Road to Taunton 


l, Somerset, 




Quincy 






Arnold 


2 


Warren , 


Bristol, and Nev 


r- 


ditto 






Salisbury 


2 


port 








Weymouth 






Arnold 


1 


Milton 




Vose 


7 


ditto 






Rice 


3 


ditto 




Bradley 


3 


Hingham 






Waters 


3 


Canton 




Bent 


h 


Scituate 






Collamore 


k 


ditto 




May 


1 


Hanover 






Wales 


5 


ditto 




Crane 


2 


Pembroke 






Baker 


k 


Sharon 




Savage 


2 


Kingston 






Little 


6 


Easton 




Wetherby 


5 


Plymouth 






Bartlett & 
Witherell 


k 


Taunton 


Port 


,«r, Bolcum 
& Hodges 


12 


ditto 






Cornish 


6 


Dighton 


Dean & Brown 


7 


ditto 






Ellis 


5 


Somerset 




Davis 


k 


Sandwich 






Newcomb 




Swanzey 




Chase 


5 






& Fessenden 


7 


Warren 




Cole 


5 


Barnstabl 


e 




Howland, 




Bristol 




Bourne 


^ 




Baxter 


& Chipman 


8 


Over the 


ferry 


to New- 




ditto 
Yarmouth 


Loring & Crocker 


k 


port 




Townsend 


13 






Dasseii <* 










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Thatcher 


5 














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Post-Road to Providence. 




Charlestown 


Stone 


3 


Roxbury 




Whiting 


8 


ditto 


Willard & 




ditto 




Draper 


1 




Carpenter 


1 


Dedham 


Gay & Clapp 


2 


Nott's ferry 




5 


ditto 




Ellis 


3 


Springfield 


Stevens 


3 


ditto 




Everet 


2 


Weathersfield 


Spafford 


2 


Walpole 


Smith, 


Billing* 




Cavendish 


Pain 


6 






& Smith 


3 


ditto 


Coffin 


5 


Wrentham 




Hatch 


I* 


Otter Creek 


botton 


20 


ditto 




Bolcom 


k 


Rutland 


Meed 


6 


Attleborc 


iugh 


Hawes 


5 


Pittsford 


Waters 


6 


ditto 




Newell 


k 


Shoreham 


Moore 


20 


ditto 




Barrows 


2 


Bridport 


Toinner 


8 


Seekhonk 


Plain 


Sabins 


2 


Crownpoint 




2 


Patucket 
Providenc 




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j 








e 


Homes, 


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196 


Hartshorn 


& Baster 


k 









120 



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To Charlestown (New-Hamp- 
shire) and Crown-Pointo 
Watertown Willington 8 



To Montreal and Quebec. 
(From Walpole Bridge, a new 
route. ) 

Walpole Bridge 103 

(See the foregoing list.) 
Over the Bridge 



Walt ham 


Townsend 


2 


Rockingham 


Webb 


5 


Concord 


Parkman 


10 


Chester 


Kimball 


7 


Acton 


Jones 


5 


Cavendish 


Dutton 


9 


Harvard 


Parkhurst 


8 


Ludlow 


Reed 


3 


ditto 


Atherton 


2 


Mountholly 


Green 


5 


Fitchburgh 


Cowden 


11 


ditto 


Bentt 


2 


ditto 


Uptown 


3 


Shrewsbury 


Roberson 


5 


Westminster 


Cooper 


1 


Clarendon 


Bowman 


6 


Ashburnham 


Cushing 


2 


Rutland 


Reed 


5 


ditto 


Russell 


1 


ditto 


Fin ton 


1 


Winchendon 


Hale 


5 


Pittsford 


Ewings 


D 


ditto 


Kidder 


k 


ditto 


Antony 


2 


Fitzwilliam 


Stone 


h 


Brendon 


Gilbert 


5 


ditto 


Reed 


3 


Leicester 


Woodard 


7 


New-Marlboro' 


Switcher 




Salisbury 


Heard 


6 


ditto 


Roberts 


8 


Middlebury 


Mattock 


6 


Keene 


Richardson 




Vergennes 


Hollister 


12 


ditto 


Bullard 




Fernsburg 


Burt 


7 


ditto 


Edwards 


6 


Charlotte 


Williama 


H 


Walpole 


Moore 


10 


Shelburn 


Pearsons 


it 


ditto 


Bellows 2d 


k 


Burlington 


Ames 


7 


ditto 


Bellows 


3 


Milton 


Marshfield 


Ik 



Across the sound to South 

Hero 
The Gut between N. 

S. Hero 
Ferry to N. Hero 
Hervey's Ferry 
Alburgh 
Savage' s Point 
Latitude V? Seat & 

Grig' s 



& 

Gordon 12 

1 
7 
1 
k 



St. John's 

Montreal 
Trois Rivieres 
Quebec 



Wattoy' s 

Cheshere ' s 

Gill 

Leproire l8 

6 

90 

80 



489 



Upper Road to Exeter and 
Portland . 



Medford 
Woburn 

ditto 
Wilmington 
Andover 
Haverhill 
Plastow 
Kingston 
Exeter 
Stratham 
Newmarket 
Durham 
Dover 
Berwick 

ditto 

ditto 
Wells 
Kennebunk 

Biddeford 
Saco Bridge 
Pepperelboro 



Blanchard 

Blackhorse 

Fowle 

Blanchard 

Abbot 8 

Charlton 9 

Sawyer 

Blake 

Folsom 

Folsom 

Folsom 

Gage 

Shannon 

Butler 

Thompson 

Hays 

Littlefield 

Bernard 

& Howard 9 

Hooper 10 

Spring 

Bradbury k 



5 
6 
6 
5 
5 
k 

6 
6 
2 

3 
7 



Scarborough 

ditto 

ditto 
Stroud water 
Portland 



Milikin 

Marsh 

March 

Broad 

Greele & 

Motley 



2 
k 

5 



12 



127 

Post-Road to Salem, New- 
bury-Port, and Portsmouth. 
(Over Maiden Bridge) 
Maiden Bridge Page 2 

(New road) 
To Lynn Newell 6 

Danvers Frye 7 

Salem Webb and Buf- 
fing ton 1 
Beverly Goodridge 2 

Baker 1# 
Porter 2>fz 



Wenham 



Hamilton Brown and 

Adams 
Ipswich Swazey and 
Treadwell 
Rowley Parley & Bishop 
Newburyport Davenport 
Merimack Bridge Pearson 
Hampton Falls Wells 
Leavitt 
Leavitt & 
Dearborn 
Hufe 
Brewster, 
Greenleaf , Gedde s 
and Davenport 



Hampton 
Northampton 

Greenland 
Portsmouth 



2 
k 
k 

8 
3 
7 
5 

2 

5 



67 

Road to Machias. 
(To Portsmouth, as above.) 
From Port sm. over the ferry 1 
Portsmouth Ferry Rice 3 
York Emerson & Preble 9 
ditto Sewall & Wyer 5 



York Cole 11 

Kennebunk Barnard & 

Jaffry *♦ 
Biddeford Hooper 9 

ditto Spring 

Pepperelboro' Bradbury *♦ 
Scarborough Burbank 1 

ditto Millikin 2 

ditto Harraen 2 

ditto Marsh 2 

Falmouth Broad k 

ditto Pollard k 
Portland Motley, Greele 

& Huston *♦ 
Nev-Casco Buckman k 
North Yarmouth Loring 6 

ditto Elwell 2 

Freeport Cummings 9 
Brunswick Chase 5 
Brunswick Falls Stone 5 
Bath Lambert 12 

Herndell's Ferry 2 

Wiscasset Whittier 11 
Newcastle Ferry Avery 5 

ditto Nichols 2 

Nobleborough Hussey 5 
Waldoborough Keed 2 

ditto Sampson 7 

Cushing Packard 9 
St. George's Ferry 1 
Camden Gregory 7 

Madunkook McClathry 7 
Duck-Trap Ulmer 7 

Belfast Mitchell 12 
Frankfort Black 12 

The Ferry 1 

Blue-Hill Parker 13 

ditto Patten 7 

Union River Milliken 7 
Kilkenny Gookins 6 
Gouldlborough Jones 19 
Machias Longfellow *+0 

358" 



Western Pont-Road to Han- 
ford & New-York, according 
to the new measurement. 
Cambridge >wn JA 

Watertown 'Willington ft 
Waltham Wei son 

Weston 'Flagg b 

Sudbury 'Howe *♦ 

Marlborough 'Munroe 7 
ditto 'Williams Jh 
Northborough 'Munroe 5 
Shrewsbury 'Pease 3 
Worcester 'Mower 8 
Leicester 'Hobart 6 

Spencer 'Mason 5 

Brookfield 'Draper 9 

Western 'Blair 6ft 

Palmer 'Bates 7ft 

Wilbraham 'Grosvenor *+ 

Springfield 'Williams 10 

Suffield 'Sykes 9ft 

Windsor 'Picket 7ft 

Hanford 'Lee 10 

Berlin 'Riley 13 

Wallingsf. 'Carrington 12 

North-Haven 'Gill 3 

New-Haven 'Nicholls 6 

Milford Clarke 10 

Stratford 'Lovejoy k 

Fairfield 'Pennfield 10 

Greenfarms Passell 8 

Norwalk 'Reed k 

Stamford 'Webb 9 

Horseneck 'Knapp 6 

Rye '^uintard 6 

Maroneck Horton 4 

New-Rochel Williams *♦ 

East-Chester Gyon k 

Kingsbury *Hoyt k 

Haarlem Halley 5 

New-York 'Beckman 9 

2*+0 
N. B. Where the Mail Stage 

stops, the names of the Inn- 
keepers are marked thus, '. 



122 



From Boston to 


Albany on the 


Warwick 


Pomeroy 7 


Hartford 


Road. 




South Road 


5 


Western 


Blair 


73 


Northfield 


Hunt, 


Ware 


Quintin 


6 


Whitney 


& Doolittle, 


Belchertown 


Dunbar 


7 




N. R. 8 


Hadley 


White 


6 


Hinsdale 


Howe 8 


ditto 


Warner 


3 


Brattleboro' 


Dickerson 6 


N. Hampton 


Pomeroy 


3 


Marlbro ' 


Stockwell k 


ditto 


Edwards 


5 


ditto 


Whitney 6 


Chesterfield 


Merrick 


7 


Wilmington 


Cook If 


Worthington 


Fitch 


6 


ditto 


Thompson 2 


Partridge field 


Badger 


8 


Reedboro' 


Hartweli 6 


ditto 


Whiting 


3 


ditto 


if 


Dal ton 


Waterman 


3 


Woodford 


Scott 5 


Pittsfield 


Allen 


6 


Bennington 


Deway, . 


Hancock 


Broad 


5 


Fay, 


Griswold and 


New Lebanon 


Springs 


2 




Hathaway 7 


Canaan 


Jones 


2 




155 


Stevenstown 


Bush 


7 




Schoodick 


Strong 


6 






ditto 


McKowns 


9 


Road from Boston to Keenein 


Green Bush 


Van Haden 


2 


New-Hampshire . 


Albany Ferry 




3 


To Cambridge 


Brown 3 


Albany 




1 


Lexington 
Concord 


Munroe 8 
Richardson 8 




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Littleton 


Kedder 9 








Groton 


Richardson 10 


Road to Petersham and Ben- 




Warren 


9 


nington,, 




Townsend 


Stone 1 


Shrewsbury 


Pease 


to 


Jaffray 


Prescot 15 


ditto 


Cushen 


1 


Part of New-Ipswich 


Worcester 


Bigelow 


h 




Mulliken 5 


Holden 


Parker 


3 


Marlborough 


Sweetser, 


ditto 


Abbot 


3 




Longley 13 


ditto 
Rutland 


Davis 
Wood 


3 
k 


Keene Wells & Edwards 6 




87 


ditto 


Henry 


1 




Oakham 


Kelley 


5 






Barre 


Nurle 


4 


From Keene in 


New-Hamp- 


ditto 


Smith 


2 


shire to Dartmouth-College ■> 


Petersham 


Peckham 


5 


To Walpole 


-Biillards lk 


ditto 


Dickerson 
Ward 


2 
1 




Redding ton 2Yz 


ditto 


Charlestown 


Hunt 5/2 


Orange 


Cady 
Mayo 


6 
1 




Allen k 


ditto 


Claremont 


Stearnes 11 



123 



Windsor Pettes 7 
Hartland Ferry 9 

Dartsmouth College 

Brewster, Dewey 9 

62 

From Boston to Leominster. 

To Cambridge Brown 3 

Menotomy Whitman ^ 

Lexington Munroe k 

Lincoln Benjamin 5 

Concord Wyman & Paine 4 

Stow Russell 8 

Bolton Homer 6 

Lancaster Williams 5 

Leominster Hale 8 



Lexington brown 3 

ditto J'unro 1 

ditto Dudley & 

Merriam 1 

ditto Benjamin 2 

Lincoln Hartwell k 

Concord Richardson 3 

Acton White 5 

Littleton Gilbert 5 

Groton Richardson 3 

Shirley Sawtel 5 
Lonenburgh Goodrich 

& Whitney 5 

Fitchburgh Cowden k 

Athbumham Cushing 7 



124 



<*7 



57 

Thence to Charlestc-im as 
the list, p. 190. 



From Boston to Groton, on 

the Leominster Road. 
To Concord Wyman & 

Paine 20 
Littleton Kidder 8 
Groton Richardson 8 



36 



To Charlestown. (N. Hamp.) 
Menotomy Russel 5 
ditto Whittemore 1 



To Dartsmouth College. 

Charlestown Willard 119« 

(See p. 190) 

Claremont Ashley 6 

ditto Cook k 

Cornish Chase 5 

Plainfield Safford 7 

Lebanon Hall 6 

Hanover Brewster k 



151 



125 



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tlemen in various parts of the State, and respectfully ask a 
continuance of their favours. They also request that future 
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ABBOT, , 121, 123 

ABBOT, Abinl, 75 
ABBOT, John, 23, 72. 73 
ABBOT, Samuel, 37 
ABBOT, William. 37 
ABBRCROHBIE. Isaac, 6, 5? 
ABORN, Thon is 111 
APR AM. John 114 

ADAMS, , 121 

ADAMS, Abraham, 09 
ADAMS, Benjamin, 48. 67 
ADAMS, Daniel, jun. 39 
ADAMS, Ebenexer, 49, 72 
ADAMS, Eliakim, 34, 89 
ADAMS, Elijah, 34 
ADAMS, John, 26 
ADAMS, John, Jon. kl 
ADAMS, John Q. 65 
A1\MS, Jon*, 48 
ADAMS, Jonathan, 35 
ADAMS, Joseph, 8, 39 
ADAMS, Mark, 10 
ADAMS, Mosaa, 76 
ADAMS, Nathan, 18 
ADAXS, Nathaniel, 8 
ADAMS, Peter, 34 
ADOIS, Peter B. 3** 
ADAMS, Phineas, 75 
ADAMS, Samuel, 2, 100 
ADAMS, Solomon, 6l, 76 
ADAMS, Willlaa. 5 
ADAMS, Zabdiel B. 66 
ADIE, Alexander, 19 
AIKIN, Solomon, 76 
ALBEE, John, 49 
ALB^E, William, 64 
ALDEN, Benjamin, 41 
ALDEN, Judah. 41 
ALDEN. Peter 0. 57. 68 
ALDEN, Timothy. ^8 
ALEXANDER, Caleb, 77, 85 
ALEXANDER, Medad, 93 
ALLAN. John, 64 

ALLEN, , 123 

ALLEN, Benjamin, 3 

ALLEN, Homes, 42, 66 

ALLEN, Israel, 9 

ALLEN, Jeremiah, 33 

ALLEN, Jonathan, 75 

ALLEN, Joseph, 23, 47 

ALLEN, Joseph, jun. 67 

ALLEN, Josiah, 45 

ALLEN, Nathaniel C. 11 

ALLEN, Nathaniel C. 57. 73. 90 

ALLEN, Obadiah, 64 

ALLEN, Samuel. 47 

ALLEN, Thomas, 68. 80 

ALLEN, William. 17 

ALLINE, William, 32, 101 

ALLINE, William, Esq. 20 

ALLYN. John, 77 

ALHY, William, 44 

ALSTON. Willis, 106 

AMES, 119, 120 

AMES, Anthony, 9 
AMES, Pisher, 31. 33. 34. 65 
Ames. HON. Fisher. 30 
AMES, Moses, 56 
AMES, Nathaniel, 33 
AMES. Nathaniel. 34 
AMMIDON, Philip, 16, 48, 49 
AM0RY, MR. Jonathan, 27 
AM0RY, Rufus G. 32, 65. 110 
AM0RY, Thomas. 22 
AM0RY, Thomas C. 24 
ANDERSON, Edward, 94 
ANDERSON, John, 104 
ANDERSON, REV. Rufus, 73. 81 
ANDREWS, Asa, 36, 65, 87 
ANDREWS, Ebenerer T. 98 
ANDREWS, Elisha, 77 
ANDREWS, J. 77 
ANDREWS, John, 24, 32 
ANDREWS, MR. John, 27 
ANDREWS, Joseph, 33 
ANDREWS, Mark, 94 






ANDREWS. 3«-u«l. 57 
ANDREWS. William, 100 
ANDR0S3. SM Edmund. 2 
ANDROS, Thomaa. 78 
'. Samuel. 77 
ANTONY. -----, 1?0 
APPLETON, DR. Moses, 27 
APPLETON, Thomas, 113 
ARCAMBAL. Louts, 113 
ARCHER. John. 106 
ARCHIBALD. Thomaa, 64 
ARMS.R0HG, John. 104 
ARMSTRONG, Jona, 58 

ARNOLD. , 119 

ARNOLD, Nathaniel, 47 

ASHLEY. 124 

ASHLEY, John. 3rd, 96 
ASHLEY, William. 54 
ASHMAN, Eli P. 67 
A3HT0N, Jacob, 25 
ASPINWALL, William, 3, 34 
ATH"ARN, James, 45 
ATHEARNE, James, 45 
ATHEARN, Jethro, 45 

ATHERTON, , 120 

ATHERTON, DR. 27 
ATHERTON. Israel, 48 
ATKINSON, Jona. 81 
ATWATER, Noah, 80 
ATWATER. Russell. 52 
ATWOOD, Caleb, 41 
AULDJ0, Thomas, 111 
AUSTIN, Benjamin, 20 
AUSTIN, Benjamin, jun. 3 
AUSTIN, John, 18 
AUSTIN, MR. John. 100 
AUSTIN, Jonathan L. 3. 15. 99 
AUSTIN, Jonathan L. Esq. 19 
AUSTIN, Tichard, 90, 99 
AUSTIN. Samuel. 77 
AUSTIN, REV. Samuel, 28 

AVERY, , 122 

AVERY, John, 14, 30, 32, ?7 

AVERY, John ESQ. 20 

AVERY, Joseph, 80 

AYER, James, 89 

A"ER, Nathan, 18 

AYER, Oliver, 80 

AYRAULT, James, 54 

AYRES, Josiah, 102 

AYRES, Lemuel, 102 

BABBIT, Erasmus, 67 

BA3C0CK. Adam, 24 

BACHELDER, Josiah, 86 

BACKMAN, Ellas, 113 

BACKUS, Elijah, 115 

BACKUS, Isaac, 77 

BACON, David. 41 

BACON, Eben, 42 

BACON, Ebenezer, 42, 93, 117 

BACON, Major Ezekiel, 89 

BACON, John. 52. 53. 1°5 

BACON, William. 4 

BADGE. Benjamin. 9U 

BADGER, . 123 

BADGER. Joseph. 79 
BADGER, Stepan, 76 
BADHAM, Stephan, 34 
BAD LAM, Stephan, 89 
BAGLEY, Philip, V 
BAILEY, Jeremiah, 69, 73 
BAILEY, Jos. 82 

BAILEY, Kiah, 82 
BAILEY. Samuel, 34 
BAILEY, Theodorus, 105 
BAILEY, Thomas, 98 

BAKER, . 119, 121 

BAKER, Charles, 49 
BAKER. Joel. 79 

BAKER, John W. 18 
BAKER, William, 109 
BALCH, Jonathan, 21 
BALCH, Nathaniel, ">2 
BALCOHB. Moses, 93 
BALDING, Oliver, juh. S4 
BALDWIN, Abraham, 104 



127 



INDEX 



BALDWIN, Benjamin, 80 
BALDWIN, Loammi, 5. 26, 37, 38 
BALDWIN, Luke, 48 
BALDWIN, Moses, 79 
BALDWIN, Thomas, 74 
BALDWIN, REV. Thomas, 3, 28 
BALL, Jonas, jun. 95 
BALLANTINE, W. 80 
BALLARD, Nathaniel, 35 
BANCROFT, Aaron, 77 
BANCROFT, Eben, 39 
BANCROFT, James, 5, 39 
BANCROFT, Jonathan, 92 
BANCROFT. Themas, 16, 35, 36 
BANGS, Benjamin, 7 
BANGS, Edward, 48, 6? 
BANNISTER, Major Liberty, 88 
BANNISTER, Colonel Seth, 88 
BARBER, John F. 86 
BARBER, Thomas, 100 
BARCLAY, Thomas, 113 
BARITZ, John, 114 
BARKER, David, 58 
BARKER, Ezra, 54 
BARKER, Issac Bowen, 41 
BARKER, James, 53 
BARKER, John, 90 
BARKER, Joseph, 77 
BARKER, Josiah, 46 
BARKER, Josiah, jun. 46 
BARKER, Samuel, 58 
BARKER, Stephen, 37, 1*5 
BARNABE0U, Juan Baptists, 114 

BARNARD, , 122 

BARNARD, David, 39 
BARNARD, Edmund, 49 
BARNARD, Erastus, 50 
BARNARD, Henry, 68 
BARNARD, Lemuel, 53 
BARNARD, Thomas, 102 
BARNARD, Thos. 76, 85 
BARNARD, Tristram, 19 
BARNARD, REV. DR. 28 
BARNES, David, 78 
BARNES, David L. 108 
BARNES, Edward, ^9 
BARNES, Thomas, 81 
BARNETT, William, 2 
BARRETT, James, 92 
BARRETT, John, 52, 67 
BARRON, Jonathan, 40 
BARRON, Oliver. 39 

BARROWS, , 120 

BARROWS, , 121 

BARRY, James, 18 
BARSTOW, George, 95 
BARTETT, William, 23 

BARTLETT, , 119 

BARTLETT, Abner, 41 
BARTLETT, Bailey, 37 
hARTLETT, Josiah, 3, 38, 110 
BARTLETT, Josiah, HON. 26 
BARTLETT, Joseph, 5 
BARTLETT, Oliver C. 46 
BARTLETT, Roger, 100 
BARTLETT, Samuel 38 
BARTLETT. Thomas MR. 27 
BARTLETT, Walter P. 101 
BARTLETT, William, 5 
BARTLETT, Zacheus. 7, 93 
BARTON, Titus T. 76 
BASCOM, Aaron, 79 
BASCOM, Ezekial L. 77 
BASCOM, Jonathon, 78 
BASCOM, Moses, jun. 
BASS, Alden, 86, 102 
BASS, Benjamin, 7 
BASS, E. 76 
BASS, Edward, 85 
BASS, Giliam, 22 
BASS , Jonas S. 21 
BASS, Samuel, 34 

Bassett, , 119 

BASSETT, Benjamin, 45 
BASSETT, Nathaniel, 45 
BASSETT, Richard, 107 



BASTER, , 120 

BATCHELDER, Josiah, 33, 36 
BATCHELLOR, William, 80 
BATCHELDER, Wm. 77 

BATES, , 122 

BATES, Benjamin, 8, 44, 93 
BATES, Elijah, 67 
BATES, Jonathan, 90 
BATES, Laban, 4, 34 
BATES, Lebbeus, 93 
BATES, Levi, 86 
BATES, Liberty, 65 
BATES, Samuel, 52 

BAITER, , 119 

BAXTER, John, 4, 34 
BAXTER, Stephan, 77 
BAYARD, James A. 105 
BAYLEY. Benjamin, 58 
BAYLEY, Isaac, 77 
BAYLEY, REV. Kiah, 73 
BAYLIES, Hedijah , 87 
BAYLIES, Hodijah, 44, 117 
BAYLIES, Samuel W. 66 
BAYLIES, William, 43, 44, 66 
BAYLIES, DR. William, 27 
BEALE, Benjamin, 103 
BEALE, Zacheus, 59 
BEALS, Joshua, 54 
BEAMAN, Ezra, 48 
BEAN, Elisha, 62 
BEAN, John, jun. 63 
BEANE, John, 19 
BECKFORD, Ebenezer, 4 

BECKMAN, . 122 

BEDFORD, Gunning, 108 
BEE, Thomas, 109 
BELCHER, Jonathan, 2 
BELCHER, Supply, 12, 6l 
BELDING, Thomas Francis, 83 
BELL, Shubael, 20, 33 
BELLAMONT, Richard Earl, 2 
BELLINGHAM, Richard, 2 

BELLOWS, , 120 

BELLOWS, 2d, 120 
BEMIS, Joseph, 4 
BEMIS, Nathaniel, 16 
BEMIS, Stephen, 77 
BEND, Amos, 38 

BENJAMIN, , 124 

BENNET, Nehemiah, 41 
BENSON, Egbert, 107 

BENT, , 119 

BENT, Joel, 9 
BENTLEY, Joseph, 100 
BENTLEY, William, 76 

BENTT, . 120 

BERNARD, , 121 

BERNARD, SIR Francis, 2 
BERRY, Ephraim, 43 
BETHUNE, Major, Nathaniel, 88 
BETTES, Jeremiah, 56 
BICKNELL, Luke, 41 
BIDWELL, Adonijah, 9, 54 
BIDWELL, Barnabas, 3. 15. 53, 54, 

BIGELOW, , 123 

BIGELOW, Abijah, 67 
BIGELOW, Jacob, 76 
BIGELOW, Samuel, 79 
BIGGS, Zaccheus, 115 
BIGLOW, Abraham, 16, 37, 38 
BIGLOW, Daniel, 3, 48, 67 
BIGLOW, Timothy, 38, 66, 110 

BILLINGS, , 120 

BILLINGS, Elisha, 52 
BILLINGS, Jonathan, 4 
BILLINGS, William, 51 
BISBEE, Elijah, jun. 41 
BISC0, John, 48 

BISHOP, , 121 

BISHOP, Nathaniel. 52, 53 
BISHOP, Phanuel, 105 
BIXBY, Moses, 96 

BLACK, , 122 

BUCK, Archibald, 49 
BUCK, Moses, 19 
BUCKHORSE, , 121 



68, 110 



BUCKMAN. Elijah. 6 
BUOGE, Samuel, 100, 101 
num. , |22, 123 

BIJUCE, . 1?1 

BU*E, Caleb, 76 

BUKE, Francis, 67 

BUKE, George. 3. 65. 108, 110, 32 

BUKE, Jaaoa, 100. Ill 

BUKE, John, 96 

BLAKE, Joseph, Jun. 65, 110 

BLAKE, Robert, 62 

HLAKELY, Josiah, 112 

BUNCHARD, , 121 

BUNCHARD, Andr. 18 

BLANCHARD, George, 89 

BLANCHARD, Major- George, 97 
BLANCHARD, John W. 22 

BLANCHARD, Orias, 94 
BUNCHARD, William. 38 

BUNDING, Christopher, 93 
BLISS, Abijah. 93 

BLISS, George, 51, 67 
BUSS, John, 3, 6, 50, 51, 
BUSS, Moses, 50. 51 
BUSS, Pelatiah, 51, 52 
BLODGET, Eira, 39 
BLODGETT, David, 59 
BLODGETT, Joseph, 79 
BLOOD, Abel, 39 
BLOOMFIELD, Joseph, 118 
BLOSSOM, Matthias, 62 
B0DDILY, J. 76 

R0DEN, William, 39 

B0DFISH, Willi an. 7 
B0DMAN. Wm. 52 

BOLCOM, , 120 

B<~LCUM, , 119 

BOLTWOOD, Ebeneter, 52 
BOND, Ajios, 30 

BOND, Phineas, 113 
B0NNEY, Benjamin, 6, 52 
B0NNEY, Ichabod, 57 
B00NER, James, 78 
BORDEN, Job, 78 
BORDEN, SJJieon, 7 
B0RDMAN, Amos. 92 
BORLAND. Francis 8 
BOSSON, William, 00 

B0TT0N, , 1?0 

B0UDE, Thomas. 105 
B0UKER, Jotham, 49 

BOWIN, , 119 

BOURNE, , 119 

BOURNE, Benjamin, 107 

BOURNE, Samuel, jun. 43 

BOURNE, Shear jashub, 32, 64, 110 

BOURNE, Sylvanus, 112 

BOWDOIN, James, 2, 31 

BOWDOIN, HON. James, 3 

BOWDOIN, ,rs, Janes, 29 

BOWEN, Jabes, 110 

BOWEN, Nathan, 36 

BOWERS, Benjamin. 39 

BOWERS, James, 82 

BOWERS, John, 44 

BOWERS, Philip. 93 

BOWES, John H. 22 

BOWLES, Ralph H. 63 

BOWM4N, ( 120 

BOWMAN, Jona. . jun. 59 
BOWMAN, Jonathan, 58, 59 
BOWMAN, Jonathan, jun. 59 • 
BOWMAN, Thomas. 61, 69 
BOYD, Mr. Ebeneier, 28 
BOYD, James. 83 
BOYD, John, 4 
BOYD, Joseph, 17 
BOYD, Thomas, 60 
BOYLE, John, 21 
B0YNT0N, Abel, 5, 39, 92 
BRACKER3RTDGE, John, 104 
BRACKET, Benjamin, 95 
BRADBURY, 121, 122 
BRADBURY, George, 5, 36, 65 
BRADBURY. Jacob 55 
BRADBURY. Theooh. ?1 
BRADBURY, Theophilus, 31 



INDEX 



BRADFORD, Alden, 59. 85 
BRADFORD, Gamaliel. ?>> . 41 
BRADFORD, Gideon. Jun. -1 
BRADfrnD, John. 73 
BRADFORD, Peret. 41 
BRADFORD, Samunl. 99, 101. 108 
BRADFORD, William. 2 
BRADISH, Ebeneter, 38, 66. 110 
BRADISH. Eliaha. 8 
BRADLEE, David, 98 

BRADLEY, , 119 

BRADLEY, Amos. 39 
BRADLEY, Caleb, 81 
BRADLEY. David. V 
BRADLEY. Enoch, 37 
PRADLEY, PhlllD B. 108 
BRADLEY. Stephen R. 104 
BRADLEY. Thomas. 09 
BRAGDON. Joseph, 55 
BRAMAN. Isaac. 76 

BRASLOW, Beriah, 01 
PRA.STOW, Thoman, V> 
PRAY, John, 97, 09 

BRAZ™., .lames. 39 
BRAZER, John. 97 
BREED, Ephraim. 3? 
BREESE, John. 113 
BRENT. Daniel Carroll, 109 
BRENT, Richard, 106 
BREWER, Chauncy, 51 
BREWER, Eliab, f& 

BREWER, John, 83, °7 
BREWER, John, No. 4, 64 
BREWER, Josiah, Jun. 63 
BREWER. Thomas, 19, 97 
BREWER, Thomas, MR. 27 
BREWER, William. 4, 34 

BREWSTER, , 121, 124 

BREWSTER, Elisha, 52 
BREWSTER, Oliver, 99 
BRICKET, James, 80 
BRIDGE, Ebenazer, 31, 38 
BRIDGE, Edmund, 60 
BRIDGE, Janes, 61, 69 
BRIDGE, John, 39 

BRIDGE, Nathan, 49, 6° 
BRIDGES, Joshua, 56 
BRIDGKAN, Joseph, 68 
BRIGGS, Ephm. Jun. 78 
BRIGGS, Isaac. 81 

BRIGGS, James. 79 
BRIGGS, Joel, 75 
BRIGGS, REV. Joel, 28 
BRIGGS, Lemuel. 41 

BRIGGS, William, 81 

BRIGHAM, Elijah, 3. 31, 47 
BRIGHAM, Joseph, 66 
BRIMMER, Martin, 30 
BRITTON, Henry, 44 

BROAD, . 121, 122, 121 

BR0ADBROOKS. E. Jun. 42 
BR0ADBRO0KS, Ebenerer, Jun. ~> 
BROADB'-OOKS. Nathan, 43 

BR0KFIELD, Henry. 47 

BROOKS, Eleaier, 31 



BROOKS 


, John. DR. 26 




BROOKS 


, Jonas, 5 




BROOKS 


, Peter C. 25 




BROOKS 


. William. 61 




BROWN. 


. 81. 119. 121. 


122. 120. 124 


BROWN, 


Awner. 6, 15 




BROWN , 


Benjamin, 39, 56 




BROWN, 


Clark, 6, 70 




BROWN, 


Daniel, 9, 54, 58 




BROWN. 


David, 30. 44 




BROWN. 


Elijah. 54, 76 




BROWN, 


Jacob, 36 




BROWN. 


John, 23, 104 




BROWN, 


John, Jun. 44 




BROWN, 


Jonathan, 39 




BROWN, 


Luke. 67 




"ROWN, 


Moses, 4, 36 




BROWN, 


Peter, 40 




BROWN, 


Robert, 105 




BROWN, 


Samuel. 23. 60. 98, 


99. 102 


BROWN, 


William. o«, *>0. 99 





PROWNFLL, Abner. 8. 16. 44 



129 



BROWNELL, Benj. jun. 45 

BROWNELL, Sylvester, 93 

BROWNING, Joseph, 51 

BROWNING, Irist. 54 

BRUCE, Phineas, 64, 69 

BRUCE, Stephen, 18, 20, 40 

BRUIN, Peter Bryan, 115 

BRUNSON, William, 54 

BRYANT, DR. , 103 

BRYANT, Joseph, 38 

BRYANT, Nathaniel, 60 

BUCHANAN, Wiliiam, 111 

BUCK, Jonathan, 62 

BUCKLEY, Thomas. 112 

BUCKMAN, , 122 

BUCKNER, Thomas, 63 

BUFFINGTON, , 121 

BUGBEE, , 119 

BULFINCH, Charles, 33, 98 

BULL, Nehemiah, 53 

BULLARD, , 120 

BULLARD, Asa, 101 

BULLARD, Daniel, 49 

BULLARD, Eli, 66 

BULLARD, Isaac, 4, 33, 35 

BULLARD, James, 40 

BULLARD, John, 76 

BULLARD. Ralph, 35 

BULLARD, Seth, 34 

BULLARDS, , 123 

BULLFINCH, ThonaB, 102 

BULLOCK, Jesse, 44 

BULLOCK, Stephen, 43, 44 

BUNKER, Batchelor, 56 

BUNKER, Caleb, 46 

BURBANK , 122 

BURBANK, Abraham, 50, 51 

BURBANK, Caleb, 95 

BURBANK, Samuel, 56 

BURBANK, Thomas, 51 

BURGFSS, Benjamin, 52 

BURGHARDT, Hugo, 9, 54 

BURGIN, John, 64 

BURLEY, Andrew, 56 

BURLEY, Thomas, 25 

BURNAP, Isaac, 92 

BURNHAM, James, 4, 91 

BURNHAM, Josiah, 11 
BURNHAM, Paul, 94 
BURNHAM, Seth, 56 
BURNHAM, Thomas, 116 
BURR, Aaron, 104 
BURR, REV. Jonathan, 73, 78 
BURRALL, Jonathan, 22 
BURROUGHS, George, 23 

BURT, , 120 

BURT, Ebenezer, 77 
BURT, Gideon, 7, 51 

BUSH, , 123 

BUSH, David, jun. 54 
BUSSEY, Benjamin, 23, 24 
BUSSEY, Benjamin, MR. 27 

BUTLER, , 121 

BUTLER, Iohabod, 94 
BUTLER, Simeon. 52, 117 
BUTLER, William, 16, 45. 106 
BUTTERICK, Jonathan, 49 
BUTTRICK, John, 92 
BUTTS, Noah, 99 
BYRD, Charles Willing, 115 
CABELL, Samuel T. 106 
CABOT, HON. George, 30 

CADY, , 123 

CAIN, Mephibosheth, 83 
CHLDWELL, John, 48 
CALDWELL, John E. 112 
CALDWELL, William, 49 
CALEF, Samuel, 57 
CALL, John, 82 
CALL, Jonathan, 18 
CALLENDER, John, 33, 110 
CALLENDER, Joseph, jun. 20 
CAMPBELL, Alex, 3 
CAMPBELL, Alexander, 63, 64, 89 
CAMPBELL, James, 64 
CAMPBELL, MAJOR* JamM, 89 
CAMPBELL, John, 5, 106 



INDEX 



CAMPBELL, William, 17 
CANEIELD, John, 9, 54 

CAPEN, Samuel, 2d, 35 
CAREY, Daniel, 93 
CARLETON, Osgood, 57 
CARLTON, David, 96 
CARLTON, Phineas, 18 
CARRES, John, 36 

CARPENTER, , 119, 120 

CARPENTER, Daniel, 44 
CARPENTER, Elisha, 78 
CARPENTER, Mr. 48 
CARPENTER, Thomas, 44 
CARPENTER, Thomas, 4th, 44 
CARR, Francis, 4, 37 
CARR, Samuel, 95 

CARRINGT0N, . 122 

CARROL, John, 86 

CARRUTH, Joseph, 50 

CARTER, Esborn, 48 

CARTER, Joshua, 88 

CARTER, Solomon, 49 

CARVER, John, 2 

GARY, Luther, 57 

GARY, Thomas, 76 

CARYL, Benjamin, 75 

CASE, Isaac, 83 

CASE, William, 46 

CASSIN, Patrick, 19 

CATHALAN, Etienne, 112 

CATHCART, James Leander, 113 

CATLIN, J. 80 

CAZIER, Matthias, 79 

CENTER, Ebenezer, 54 

CHACE, David P. 49 

CHACE, Nathaniel, 82 

CHACE, Salmon 68 

CHADBOURN, J. 81 

CHADBOURN, Joseph, 56 

CHADBOURN, Levi, 81 

CHADDOCK, Calvin, 78 

CHADWICK, Job, 83 

CHAFE, Sommerley, 91 

CHALONER, William, 17 

CHAMBERLAIN , Henry V. 69 

CHAMBERLAIN, John. 48 

CHANDLER, John, 8, 12, 48, 61, 90, 96 

CHANDLER, Joseph, 5 

CHANDLER, Moses, 96 

CHANDLER, Peleg, jun. 58 

CHANDLER, Philip, 58 

CHANDLER. Samuel, 81 

CHANNING, Francis D. 66 

CHAPIN, Ger shorn, 49 

CHAPLIN, David, 56, 76, 85 

CHAPNEAU, , 82 

CHAPMAN, Jonathan, 24 
CHAPMAN, Joseph, 23 

CHARLTON, , 121 

CHASE, , 119. 122, 124 

CHASE, Ezra, 18 
CHASE, Joseph, 23 
CHASE. Royal, 45 
CHASE, Samuel, 107 
CHASE, Solomon, 57, 73 
CHASE, Thomas, 22 
CHAUNERY, REV. Charles, 70 
CHEEVER, Abijah, 102 
CHEEVER, David, 117 
CHEEVER, Ezekiel, 37 
CHENEY, Alpheus, 50 
CHENEY, Ebenezer, 92 

CHESHERE'S, , 121 

CHICKERING, Jabez , 75 
CHILD, Lemuel, 18 

CHILDS, Amariah, 21 

CHI IDS, Timothy, 51 

CHIPMAN, , 119 

CHIPMAN. Joseph, 43 
CHIPMAN, Nathaniel, 104 
CHOATE, Abraham, 60 
CHOATE, Aness, 73 
CHOATE, Stephan, 3, 31, 35. 36 
CHOATE, Stephan, jun. 37 
CHRISTOPHER, GENT. 4 
CHRISTOPHER, Joseph, 17 



INDEI 



CHRISTOPHERS, Joseph. 


59 






CHURCH, John. 


111 






church, Nath. 


82 






CHURCH, Samuel, 


6 






CHURCHILL, Asaph, 


65 






CHUTE, Thomas, 


58 






CILLEY, nradberg, 


108 






CUOOET, Thomas J. 


86 






CUIflORNE, Thoaaa, 


106 






CLAIBORNE, W.C.C. 


118 






CLAIBORNE, William C.C 


115 




CLAP. Daniel. 


15. 


47. 48 




CUP, Elieha, 


71 






CLAP, Jeremiah, 


89 






CLAP, Parsons, 


52 






CLAP, Samuel, 


2**. V. 98, 101 


CIAPP, , 


120 






CLARK, , 


119 






CLARK, Barnabas, 


91 






CURK. Daniel, 


112 






CURK, Edward, 


75 






CLARK, Fleeter. 


6 






CLARK, Jonas, 


55. 


76 




CLARK, Joneph, 


87 






CURK, Pitt, 


78 






CURK, Seth. 


18. 


79 




CURK, Captaln-Thoaias, 


97 






CTARK, William. 


115 






CURKE, , 


122 






CLARKE, Jonas, 


54, 


17 




CLARKSON, Matthew, 


110 






CLEAVEUND, Neh. 


37 






CLFAVEUND, Parker, 


16 






CLEAVES, Daniel . 3rd.- 


10 






CTEVELAND, John, 


75 






CLEVERLY, Jos. 


75 






CLINTON, George. 


118 






CLINTON, Isaao, 


80 






CLOPTON, John, 


106 






CLOTHIER, Asa, 


96 






C LOUGH, Amos. 


58 






CLOUSTON, William, 


19. 


100 




CLUFF, Samuel, 


94 






COBB, David, 


62, 


97 




COBB, HON. David, 


3 






COBB, Jedediah, 


94 






COBB, Josiah, 


6 






COBB, Nehemiah, 


41 






COBB, Oliver. 


78 






COBB, Samuel, 


23. 


24 




COBB, Silas, 


89 






COBB, Thomas, 


17. 


62, 63 




COBB, William, 


58, 


90 




COBURN, Mrs. Jehn, 


29 






COCHRAN, Charles B. 


109 






COCKE, William, 


104 






CODDING, Elijah, 


79 






CODHAN, Isa.ic, 


117 






CODHAN. John, 


24 






CODHAN, Richard, 


114 






CODMAN, Stephan, 


23. 


24, 99 




COFFIN, , 


120 






COFFIN, Abner, 


16, 


46 




COFFIN, Charles , 


17, 


57 




COFFIN, Isaac, 


46 






COFFIN, Janes, 


46 






COFFIN, Josiah, 


46 






COFFIN, Micajah, 


8 






COFFIN, Peleg, 


14. 


15. 17, 


32 


COFFIN, Peter, 


36 






COFFIN, William, 


117 






COGSWELL, John, 


45. 


100 




COGSWELL, Jona, jun. 


36 






COGSWELL, Jonathan, 


4 






COIT, Isaac, 


52 






COLBURN, James, 


89 






COLBY, David. 


91 






COLBY, Samuel, 


26 






COLE, , 


119. 


122 




COLE, Asahel, 


56 






COLE, B. 


82 






COLE, Charles, 


102 






COLE, John, 


56 






COLLAMORE, 


119 






COLLI*. Peter, 


114 






COLLINS. , 


119 







COLLINS, Michael. 


43 




OLINS. Daniel, 


80 




COLMAN. Nathaniel, 


44 




COLMAN, DR. Samuel. 


27 




COLMAN, William. 


101 




COLTO". Luther, 


02 




C0M3TOCK. Nathan. 


4 




CONDIT, Jehn, 


105 




C0NN"R. barney. 


100 




CONY, HON. Daniel. 


27 




C^NY. Daniel. 


31. 


60. 61 


CONY, Samuel, 2nd. 


61 




COOK, , 


1?3. 


124 


COOK, Amaaa, 


79 




COOK, Klias, 


35 




COOK. Elisha. 


50 




COOK, Francis, 






COOK. Orchard, 


58. 


59. 7T 


COOK, Solomon. 


16 




COOK, Stephen, 






COOK, Thomas. 


45 




COOKE, Thomas, 


45. 


67 


COOLEY, nmcthy N. 


7' 




COOLIDGE. Caleb, 


■J. 




COOLIDGE, Joseph, 


22 




COOMBS, John. 


1 > 




COOMBS, William. 


5. 


? c 


COOPER, , 


120 




COOPER, Henry, 


11/ 




COOrER, Jehn, 


64. 


7? 


COOPER, MAJOR Jehn, 


89 




COOPER, Samuel. 


I-. 


32 


COOPER. William, 


9G 




CORDIS, Joseph, 


38 




C0RGDEN, , 


119 




CORNISH. . 


119 




COTTLE, Shubael, 


/.-- 




COTTON, John, 


21. 


97 


COTTON, Josiah, 


4' . 


41 


COTTON, Rosseter, 


■• . 


4] 


COTTON, Ward, 


1- 




C0UILURD, Charles. 


> 




C<~WDK*!, , 


120, 


124 


COWPER, John, 


114 




COXE. Charles D. 


112 




CRADOCK. Hathew, 


2 




CRAFTS, Abner, 


18 




CRATS, Eben. 


72 




CRAIG, Flias. 


6] 




CRANCH. Richard, 


34 




CRANCH, William. 


109 




CRANE, , 


119 




CRANE, Elijah. 


v. 




CRANE, John, 


63, 


64, 77 


CRANE, Jonathan, 


41 




CRANE, Thomas, 


)4 




CRAP0, Nicholas, 


42 




CRAP0, William. 


42 




CRAWFORD, John, 


60 




CROCKED, , 


119 




CROCKER, Allen, 


21 




CROCKER, Ebenerer. 


42 




CROCKER, Nathaniel, 


l»8 




CROCKER, Samuel, 


43 




CROCKETTE, Joseph, 


109 




CROSBY, John, 


K 




CROSBY. Joshua, 


79 




CROSBY. Oliver, 


, 


OS 


CROSBY, Samuel. 


48 




CROSBY. William. 


•O, 


66, 99 


CROSS, Stephan, 


J6 




CR0SSMAN. Seth, 


45 




CROWINSHIELD. Jacob, 


3. 


25 


CRUFT. Edward. 


117 




C'lLS'AN. John, 


112 




'-''"TUGS, H. 


76 




CUMMINGS, , 


1.'. 




HWTNGS, Ab'm . 


B3 




^rvyiNOS, Mr. 


u-> 




CUNNINGHAM, Andres, 


->■> 




CUNNINGHAM, Andrew. 


- ,; - 




CUNNINGHAM. William. 


95 




CURRIER, Daniel, Jun. 


V 




CURRIER. Oliver. 


60 




OTITIS. Barker. 


,„ 




CURTIS. David. 


w 





131 



CURTIS, Francis, 34 
CURTIS, Peter Bnrr, 53 
CURTIS, Samuel, 8 
CURTIS, S«th, 60 

CUSHEA, , 123 

CUSHING, , 120, 124 

CUSHING, Charles, 31, 3? 

CUSHING, Charles, jun. 65 

CUSHING, Carpenter, 60 

CUSHING, Horatio, 42 

CUSHING, Jacob, 76 

CUSHING, John, 11, 57, 73, 77, 85 

CUSHING, Jonathan, 100 

CUSHING, Joseph, 59 

CUSHMAN, Joshua, }2 

CUSHING, Nathan, 3, 31 

CUSHING, Thomas, 2 

CUSHING, William, 107 

CUSHMAN. Jotham, 67 

CUSHMAN, Silvanus, 58 

CUTLER, Benjamin Clark, 35 

CUTLER, John, 8, 17, 88 

CUTLER, Joseph, 23 

CUTLER, M. 75 

CUTLER, Manasseh, 105 

CUTLER, Robert, 50 

CUTLER, Silas, 48 

CUTTS, Edward, 31, 9*. 55 

CUTTS, Richard, 10, 55, 56, 105 

CUTTS, Richard F. 10 

CUTTS, Samuel, 56 

DAGGET, Jesse 34 

DAGGETT, Samuel, 35 

DALL, William, 98 

DALLAS, Alexander J. 108 

DALT0N, Poter Roe, 22 

DAMON, Collins, 39 

DAMON, Judo, 78 

DANA, Daniel, 76 

DANA, Francis, 31 

DANA, HON. Francis, 26 

DANA, Joseph, 75 

DANA, Josiah, 77 

DANA, Judah, 68 

DANA, Samuel, 39, 76 

DANA, Samuel W. 105 

DANA, Stephen, 28, 38 

DANE, Nathan, 36, 65 

DANE, Samuel, 66 

DANHRIDGE, Bartholomew, 112 

DANFORTH, Asa, 44 

DANF0RTH, Joshua, 9, 53 

DANFORTH, Samuel, 102 

DANFORTH, Thomas, 102 

DARLING, Joseph, 49 

DARRICOTT, William, 99. 100 

DAVENPORT, , 121 

DAVENPORT. David, 50 
DAVENPORT, John, jun. 105 
DAVENPORT, Soth, jun. 49 
DAVIDSON, J. jun. 22 
DAVIES, Joseph H. 109 
DAVIES, Nathan, 117 
DAVIES, MR. Nathan, 29 

DAVIS, , 119, 123 

DAVIS, Amasa, 99 

DAVIS, Charles, 65 

DAVIS, Daniel, 31. 57, 68 

DAVIS, Ebenezer, 34 

DAVIS, Eliphalet, 89 

DAVIS, Eliphalet. 91 

DAVIS, Flint, 49 

DAVIS, Isaac P. 99 

DAVIS, John. 22, 26, 32, 42,61, 

65, 94, 108, 110. 
DAVIS. HON. John, 29, 30 
DAVIS, Jonathan, 24, 39 
DAVIS, Moses, 59 

DAVIS, MR. Moses, 20 
DAVIS. Nehemiah, 81 
DAVIS. Samuel, 60 

DAVIS, Thomas, 24 

DAVIS, Thomas T. 106 
DAVIS, Wendell, 42, 66 

DAWES, Thomas, 22, 31 

DAWES, HON. Thomas, 19, 28, 98, 101 
DAWES, Thomas, jr. 31 



INDEX 



DAWSON, John, 106 

DAY, Jabes, 49 

DAY, Jonathan, 49 

DAYTON, Jonathan, 104 

DE BL0IS, George 19 

DEAN, , 119 

DEAN, Isaac, 44 

DEAN. Isaac, jun. 45 

DEAN, John, 57 

DEAN, Josiah, 44 

DEAN, Paul, 49 

DEAN, Sam'l, 81 

DEANE, John, 58 
DEANE, Josiah, 3 

DEANE, Samuel, 85 

DEARBORN, , 121 

DEARBORN, Henry, 61, 107 

DEGEN, Charles P. 114 

DE LA MOTTE, MR. Ill 

DELISDERNIER, Lewis, 87 

DENCH, Lawson, 90 

DENNTE, Thomas, 24, 67, 99 

DENNIS, David, 59 

DENNIS, John, 106 

DENNY, Thomas, 8, 49 

DERBY, Eli as H. 91 

DERBY, MADAM, 72 

DERBY, Samuel, 10 

DEXTER, Aaron, 22, 30, 71, 102 

DEXTER, DR. Aaron, 26, 30, 101 

DEXTER, Aaron, M.D. 20 

DEXTER, Andrew, 48 

DEXTER, Samuel, 110 

DEWAY, , 123 

DEWEY, , 124 

DEWEY, Daniel, 54, 68, 71 

DEWEY, Stephen, 90 
de Yrujo, Chevalier, 114 

DICKENSON, Medad, 89 

DICKENSON, Samuel F. 68 

DICKERSON, , 123 

DICKINSON, Elijah, 92 

DICKINSON, Pbadiah, 52 

DICKINSON, Timothy, 76 

DIKE, Nicholas, 48 
DILLINGHAM. HON. John, 3 

DILLINGHAM. Nathan, 96 

DILLINGHAM, Pitt, 60 

DIMMICK, Joseph, 43 

D0ANE, David, 43 
DOANE, Elisha, 7, 34 

DOANE, Isaiah, 98 

DOANE, Joseph, 16, 42 

DOBELL, Poter 111 

D0DD, John, 48 
DODDS, John, 8 

DODDS, William, 49 

DODGE, Richard, 91 

DOGGETT, John, 44 

DOGGET, Simeon, 72 

DOLLIVER, Peter, 86 

DONNE, Elisha, 35 

DONNISON, William, 32 
DONNISON, BRIG. GEN. William, 88 

DOOLITTLE, 123 

DOOLITTLE, Joel, 95 

DORR, Ebenezer, MRS. 29 

DORR, Joseph, 47 

DORRANCE, G. 80 

DORSEY, William H. 109 

DRAPER, , 120, 122 

DRAPER, CAPT. 47 

DRAPER, Ichabod, 79 

DRAPER, Nathan, 34 

DRAPER, Simeon, 49 
DRAPER, MRS. Susanna, 29 

DRAYTON, John, 118 

DREW, Elijah, 56 

DREW, Seth, 41 
DROWNE, Frederick, 7 

DRUCE, , 119 

DRURY, Benjamin, 8, 48 

DUDLEY, , 124 

DUDLEY, Joseph, 2 

DUDLEY, Nathaniel, 12 
DUDLEY, Thomas, 2 

DUICK, Benjamin, 24 






INDEX 



DUMBER, Jeremiah, 
DIMMER, Nat'ianiel, 
HUMMER, HON. Nathaniel 
DUCMm, William, 
DUMMKR, HON. Wm. 

DUNBAR, . 

DiUPAR, John D. 
DUNCAN, Jaa. Jun. 
DUNCAN, Robert. 
DUILAP, Andrew, Jun 
DUNLAP, John, 
DUN LOP. John. 
DUNN, Samuel, 
DUNN, Samuel. CAPT. 
DUNNING, Bonj. 
DUNNING, Benjamin. 
DUNSTRO. REV. Henry 
DURPEE, Charles, 
DUTCH, Ebon. 

DUTTON. , 

DUTTON, Samuel, 
DUTTON, Samuel E. 
DWIQHT. Henry. 
DWIGHT, Henry W. 
DWIGHT, Henry Williams 
DWIGHT, Jonathan, 
DWIGHT, Jonathan, Jun. 
DWIGHT, Thomas, 
DYER, Solomon, 
EAGER, Benjamin, 
EAGER, Nahum, 
EAMES, Asa. 
EAMF.S, Thomas, 
EARL, Robert, 
EARLE, Robert, 
EASTERBROOK, Ben J. 
EASTMAN, Edmund, 
EASTMAN, Job, 
EASTON, Peter, 
EATON, Benjamin. 
EATON, Joshua, 
EATON, Peter, 
EATON | Samuel, 
EATON, William, 
EAYRES, Moses, 
ECKLEY, Joseph, 
ECKLEY, REV. Joseph, 
EDDY, Jonathan, 
EDES, Edward, 
EDES, Peter, 
EDES, Thomas, 
EDMUNDS, John, 

EDWARDS, , 

EDWARDS, Abraham, 
EDWARDS, John, 
EDWARDS, Pierpont, 
EDWARDS, Timothy, 
EDWARDS, Thomas, 
EGGLESTON, Azariah, 

FLDRIDGE, . 

ELIOT, John, 
ELIOT, John, ESQ. 
ELIOT, Richard R. 
ELIOT, Samuel, 
ELIOT, Simon. 
ELIOT, Simon, ESQ. 
ELLABROOK, Joseph, 
ELLERY, Christopher, 
ELLIOT, Simon, 

ELLIS, 

ELLIS, Abnor, 
ELLIS, George, 
ELLIS, James, 
ELLIS, John. 
ELLIS, REV. Jonathan 
ELLIS. Samuol, 
ELLISON; William, 
ELMENDORPH, Luo. 

ELMER, , 

ELMSLIE, John, Jun. 

ELWELL, , 

ELV, Justin, 
ELY, William, 

EMERSON, , 

EMERSON, Bulkley, 
EMERSON, E. 



116 

30, 60. 61 
3 
? 
71 
1?-" 

tl, 66 
37 
66 

10 

11 
73 

19, 21, 21* 
27 
57 

11. 73 
70 
kk 
75 
120 
61 
69 

17. 52 
53 

53 
51 

67 
3. 51 
43 
95 
51 
92 
83 
44 

93 
30 

81 

58 

46 

86 
101 

75 

81 
113 

99 

28, 29. 74 
101 

62 

99 

40 

86 

21 
120, 123 

97 

92 
108 

53 

32, 65, 110 

53 

^3 

28, 29, 74 

20 

76 

22, 28, 32 

22 

19 

77 

104 

32, 88, 99 

119. 120 

35 , 

34 

44, 66 
3 
73 

64 

100 

105 

105 

111 

122 
17. 50. 51. 67 
6. 15. 51. 67 

121 
62 
82 



emeu ton, rxtward. Job. 


■' 




KHERSON, Ephralm. 


116 




EMEWN, REV. Eteklel. 


73 




EMERSON, John. 


79 




EMERSON. Joseph. 


10. 57. 71 




EMERSON. William. 


7* 




EMERSON, Hry. William. 


101 




EMERY. Caleb, 


55 




EMERY, Nicholas. 


68 




EMERY. William. 


J6 




MOB, s. 


75 




EMMONS Nathaniel. 


23. 28 




ENDICOT. John, 


2. 34 




ENSLKN. John F. 


102 




RSEXB, Geer<?e. 


60 




ERVINj. Goer** W. 


111 




ERVING, Shirley, 


18 




ETTING, Reuben, 


108 




EUNSON, James, 


100 




EUSTIS, William. 


102, 105 




EVANS. Benjamin. 


36 




EVERET. . 


120 




EVERETT, Aaron, 


34 




EVERETT. David, 


65 




EVERETT, Moses, 


y, 




EVERETT, Noble, 


78 




EVERETT. Oliver, 


33 




EWING, James, 


110 




EWINGS, . 


120 




FAIRBANK, John. 


'><> 




FAIRBANKS. Nath. 


6] 




FAIRBANKS. Nathaniel 


12 




PAIR P IELD, Joseph. 


37 




FALES, Darid. 


59 




FALES, Leonard, 


60 




FALES, Samuol. 


43, 44 




FARLEY, John, 


11 




FARLEY, Joseph, 


60 




FARLEY, Nathan. 


60 




FA.RMER, Edward, 


39 




FARNHAM, William, 


116 




FARNSWORTH. Saml. 


58 




FARWELL. Ebon. 


6] 




FARWELL, William, 


61 




FATIO, Felipe, 


114 




FAULKNER, Francis, 


38 




FAXON, Richard. 


99 




FAY, . 


123 




FAY. David, 


108 




FAY, Jonathan, 


16, 39. 66. 


110 


FAY, Nahum, 


9. 48, 10:- 




FEARING, Benjamin, 


16 




FEARING. Israel, 


41. 89 




FEARING, Israel, Jun. 


42 




FEBES, Porai, 


85 




FELLOWS, Gustavus, 


64 




FELLOWS, Nathaniel, 


3. 99 




FELT, Jonathan, 


34 




FELTON, Jaaoo, 


6 




FELTON, DEACON'Joshua. 


20 




FENNER, Arthur, 


113 




FENT0N. , 


120 




FERNALD, Andrew P. 


56. 90 




FESSEMDEN, . 


119 




FESSENDEN, William. 


10. 81 




FIELD, Bohan P. 


78 




FIELD, Bohan Prentiss, 


69 




FIELD, Joseph, 


8 




FIELD, Robert. 


6. 51 




FIELD, Spencer, 


8 




FIELD, Spencer, JuN. 


49 




FILLEBROWN. Thomas, 


12, OS 




FINDLAYE, James, 


115 




FINDLET, Samuol, 


115 




FISH. . 


119 




FISHER, Aaron, 


6. 92 




FISHER, Ebenerer, 


4, 




FISHER. Jabot, 


34 




FISHE», Jabin, 


34 




FISHER, Jacob, 


10, 56 




FISHER, Jaacn, 


35 




FISHER, Jonathan, 


83 




FISHER, Nathan, 


8 




r'S^ER, Nathaniel, 


76 




FISHER, Paul, 


34 




FISHER, Polatiah, 


•A 





133 



INDEX 



nSHER, Thomas, 49, 101 

FISK, Elisha, 75 

FISK, John, 77 

FISK, Oliver, 48 

FISK, William, 38, 66 

FISK, DR. Oliver, 27 

FISKE, Simeon, 49 

FISK, Thaddeas, 76 

FITCH, , 123 

FITCH, REV. Ebenezer, 21 

FUGG, , 122 

FUGG, Allen, 39 

FUGG, John, 40 

FUGG, Josiah, 102 

FUGG, Samuel, 48, 67 

FLEET, John, 102 

FLEET, DR. John, 26 

FLEET, DR, Thomas, 27 

FLETCHER. Nath. No 81 

FLINT, Jacob, 75 

FLOWER, Lamrock, 93 

FLOYD, Ebenezer, 62 

FOBES. Joseph, 48 

FOLGER, Charles, 46 

FOLSOM, 121 

FOLSOM, John W. 33 

FOOTE, Erastus, 69 

FORBES, Daniel, 48 

FORBES, Eli, 75 

FORBES, P. 78 

FORD, Wait, 41 

FORMAN, Joseph, 112 

FORWARD, Joseph, 6 

FOSDICK, Nathaniel F. 87 

FOSTER, Abiel, 105 

FOSTER, Benjamin, 18 
FOSTER, Chilling3W., jun. 54 

FOSTER, Dwight, 47, 104 

FOSTER, Edmund, 76 

FOSTER, Gideon, 5. 88 

FOSTER, Jacob, 63 

FOSTER, James, 14 

FOSTER, Joel, 7° 

FOSTER, John, 76 

FOSTER, Joseph, 19 

FOSTER, Lemuel, 6, 51 

FOSTER, Nathaniel, 22 

FOSTER, Peregrine, 115 

FOSTER, Theodore, 104 

FOWLE, , 121 

FOWLER, Amos, 54 

FOWLER, Daniel, 96 

FOWLER, John, 106 

FOWLER, Samuel, 15, 31, 51 
FOWLER, HON. Samuel, 3 

FOWLER, Saul, 52 

FOWLER, Simeon, 62 

FOWLER, Titus, 51 

FOX, Joseph, 8 

FOX, Robert W. Ill 

FOXCROFT, Samuel, 57 

FRANKLIN, Jesse, 104 

FRAZER, Nathan, 33 
FRAZIER, MAJOR. Nathan, 88 
FREEMAN, CAPT. Constant, 99 

FREEMAN, James, 42, 74 
FREEMAN, REV. James, 20, 26, 29 

FOREMAN, John, 78 

FREEMAN, Jonathan 0. 42 

FREEMAN, Nathaniel, 42 

FREEMAN, Peletiah, 62 

FREEMAN, Richard, 63 

FREEMAN, Rufus, 79 

FREEMAN, Samuel, 7, 57, 73 

FREEMAN, Solomon, 31. 42 

FREEMAN, Solomon, jun. 42 

FREEMAN, William, 63 

FRENCH, Caleb, 34 
FRENCH, Elkanah, jun. 44 

FRENCH, Jonathan, 75. 85 

FRENCH, Levi, 44 

FRENCH, Samuel, 45 

FRENCH, Zenas, 34 

FRINK, John, 48 

FRINK, DR. John, 27 

FRISBIE, Levi, 75 



FRISSELL, William, 
FROST, Amariah, 
FROST, George, 
FROST, Joseph, 
FROST, John, 
FROST, Nathaniel, 
FROST, William, 



9 

48 

56 

56 

55 

94 

55, 56, 94 



FROTHINGHAM, John, 57, 68, 73 

FRYE, , 121 

FRYE, Simon, 31, 54, 55 

FRYE, HON. Simon, 3 

FULLER, Andrew, 83 

FULLER, Daniel, 75 

FULLER, Nathan, 38 

FULLER, Seneca, 54 

FULLER, Timothy, 72 

FULLER, William, 34 

FURBUSH, Isaac, 49 

FURNESS, Nathaniel H. 22 

FURNESS, William, 19, 22 

GAGE, , 121 

GAGE, GENERAL, Thomas, 2 

GAHN, Henry, 114 

GALUTIN, Albert, 106 

GAMWELL MAJOR, Samuel, 88 

GANNETT, Barzillai, 61 

GANNETT, MAJOR, Barzillai, 89 

GANNETT, Caleb, 26 

GANO, REV. Stephen, 28 

GANTT, Thomas F. 112 

GARDNER, Francis, 77 

GARDNER, Isaac S. 34 

GARDNER, James, 16, 36 

GARDNER, John, 34, 46, 74 

GARDNER, CAPT. Jonathan, 25 

GARDNER, Joseph, 32 

GARDNER, Lemuel, 100 

GARDNER, Robert, 33, 90, 98, 99, 101 

GARDNER, Samuel, 16, 32 

GARDNER, Samuel P. 22, 24 

GARDNER, William, 110 

GARRARD, James, 118 

GATES, Samuel, 96 

GATES, Silas, 39 

GATES, Zadock, 49 

GAVINO, John, 111 

GAY. , 119. 120 

GAY, Ebenezer, 32. 65, 110 

GAY, Lemuel, 4 

GAY, Lewis, 58 

GAY, Luther, 18 

GAY, Seth, 95 

GEDDES, . 121 

GERRISH, William T. 56 
GERRY, Samuel Russell, 86 
GETCHELL, Elihu, 11, 59 
GEYER, George, 21 

GIBAUT, CAPT. Edward, 25 
GIBBS, Ezra, 58 

GIBSON, John, 115 

GIDDINGS, Joshua, 37 

GILBERT, , 120 

GILBERT, George, 45 
GILCHRIST, Adam, 22 

GILL, 121, 122 

GILL, Michael, 47 

GILL, Moses, 2 

GILL, Nathan, 91 

GILBERT, Eliphalet, 82 
GILLET, REV. Eliphalet, 30, 73 
GILMAN, Allen, 69 

GILMAN, John Taylor, 118 
GILMAN, Joseph, 115 
GILMAN, T. 81 

GILM0RE, John, jun. 93 
GILPATRICK, Christ, 56 
OILPTN, George, 109 
GIRAUD, Marc Antoine Alexis, 113 
GLEAS0N, Joseph, 100 
GLIDDEN, Samuel P. 69 
GODDARD, Benjamin, 48 
G0DDARD, Calvin, 105 
GODDARD, Josiah, 48 
GODDARD, Simon, 49 
GOFFE, Enoch, 78 

GOFFE, Thomas, 2 






INDEX 



GOLDGRURY, James. 52. 93 

OOOCH, William, 100 

GO0DALE, Bbeneier, 91 

0O0DELL, Abel, 52 

GOODHtfE, Benjamin, 16 

GOODRICH, , 124 

GOODRICH, Herekiah, 77 

GOODRICH, Joseph, 54 

OOODRIDGE. , 121 

OOODWIN, Dominlcus, 55 

GOODWIN, Edward, 21 
OOODWIN, Francis L.B. 13, 17 

GOODWIN, Fr. L.R. 62 
GOODWIN, Francis LaRarren, 62 

GOODWIN, Ichabod, 56, 88 
GOODWIN, MAJOR, Ichabod. Jun. 88 
GOODWIN, Ichabod, Jun. 56 

GOODWIN, Joseph, 9, 54 

GOODWIN, Nathaniel, 40 

GOODWIN, Nathaniel, 88 
OOODWIN, MRS. Oxias, 29 

GOODWIN, Willian. 117 

GOCKINS , 122 

GORDON, , 121 

GORDON, Ambrose, 109 

GORE, Christopher, 65, 110 

GORE, Samuel, 24 

GORHAM, Lewis, 43 

GORHAM, Stephen, 24, 99 
GORHAM. MR. Stephen, 27 

GORHAM, William, 57 

GOSS, , 102 

G0SS, Oustavus A. 58 

GOSSE, Joseph, 77 

GOULD, Daniel, 81 

GOULD, James 56 

GOULD, Nehemiah, 83 

GOULD, Robert, 33 

GOULD, Silas, 96 

GRAFFAM, Caleb, 58 

GRAFTON, Joseph. 76 

GRAFTON, REV. Joseph, 28 

GRAHAM, John, 111 

GRANT, Goodwin. 63 

GRANT, Harry, 111 

GRAVES, Jan Boonen 114 

GRAY, Edward, 32, 65, 101, 110 

GRAY, James, jun. 56 

GRAY, Jeduthun, 80 

GRAY, Thomas, 75. 109 

GRAY, William, jun. 23, 36 

GREELE, . 121, 122 

GREEN, , 120 

GREEN, Aaron, 76 

GREEN, Benjamin, 55 

GREEN, Bernard, 38 

GREEN, David, 18 

GREEN, Isaiah, I. 7 

GREEN, John, 79 

GREEN, John B. 101 

GREEN, Joseph. 79 

GREEN, Joshua jun. 51 
GREEN, MRS. Richard, 29 

GREEN, Roland, 78 

GREEN, Thomas, 81 

GREEN, Timothy, 99 

GREENE, Asa, 63 

GREENE, Benjamin, 19, 22, 24 

GREENE. David, 32. 101 

GREENE, Gardner, 22 

GREENE, Richard, 19 

GREENLEAF, , 121 

GREENLEAF, Joseph, 32 
GREENOUGH, David S. 34 

GREENOUGH, Wm. 76 

GREENWOOD, Andrew, 68, 69, 73 

GREENWOOD, John, 58 

GREENWOOD, Miles, 22 

GREENWOOD, William P. 102 

GREGG, Andrew, 81, 105 

GREGORY, , 122 

GREGORY, Isaac, 8, 48 

GREGORY, Wm. jun. 60 

GREW, MRS. Mary, 29 

GRTDLEY, Elijah, 79 

GRIFFIN. Cyrus, 109 

GRIFFIN, John, 115 



GRIFFITH, William, 107 

GRIG'S, 121 

ORISWOLD, , 123 

GRI9WOLD. Rokt. 105 

GROSVENOR, . 

GROSVENOR, lavl t. 77 

GROUT, Jonathan, k?, 67, 79 
GROVE, William Rarry. 106 

GUILD, Samuel, U» 

GURLEY, John V. 65 

GURNEY. Davli, 77 

GURNEY, James, 79 

GYON, . 122 

HAFEY, Benjamin, 

HATEY. Jethro, 46 

HALE, , 120, 124 

HALE, David. 58. ?3 

HAI>., Enoch, 80 

HALE, Thomas. 3, 14, 1*7, 48 

HALE, Thomas. Jun. 50 

HALL. , 118. 124 

HALL, Caleb T rooks, 62, 63 

HALL, Domlnlck A. 107 

HALL. Ellas. 40 

HALL. QiJ , 61 

HALL. Ephralm, 82 

HALL, Isaiah, 93 

HALL. Joseph. 24. 33, 65, 110 

HALL, Nathaniel, 5 

HALL, Perclval, 10? 

HALL, Samuel, 20 

HALL, MR. Samuel, 29 

HALL, Stephen, 100 

HALL, Warren. 62 

HALLET, Enoch. 43 

HALLEY, , 122 

HALLOCK. Moses, 80 

HAK3LETON, Jonathan, 55 

HAMILTON, James, 108 

HAMILTON, John, 113 

HAMILTON. Thomas, 6 

HAMLIN. Cyrus, 58 

HAMMATT, Benjamin, 98 

HAMMATT, Joseph, 100 

HAMMATT, William, 46 
HAMMOND, Joseph, jun. 56 

HAMMOND, Nath., 3rd- 41 

HAMMOND, Thos. 66 

HANCOCK, Ebeneier, 100 

HANCOCK, John, 2 

HANNE, J^hn A. 105 

HAPGOOD, Hutchin. 49 

HAPGOOD, Thomas. 92 

HARDY, Peter, 63 

HARLOW, John, *1 

HARMER. , 122. 

HARN^^N, Samuel, 59 

HARRIS, Abiel, 42 

HARRIS. Benjamin. 90 

HARRIS, David, 22 

HARRIS, Jonathan. 49 

HARRIS, Josiah, 63. 90 

HARRIS, T.M. 21 

HARRIS, Thad. M. 75 

HARRIS, Thomas, 5 

HARRIS, William, 16, 32, 42 
HARRIS. REV. William, 72. 76 

HARRISON, MR. James, 28 

HARRISON. Richard, 106 

HARRISON, Roger, 79 
HARRISON. William Henry. 115. 118 

HARTSHORN, , 120 

HARTSH0RNE, Oliver, 33 

HARTSON, Cony, 61 

HARTWELL. , 123. 124 

HARTWELL, Daniel, 93 

HARTWELL, Jesse, 80 

HARTWELL, Joseph, 49 

HARVEY. . 62 

HARVEY. James, 96 

HARVEY. Josiah, 51 

HASEL, Benjamin. 59 

HASEY. Benjamin, T\ 

HASEY, Isaac, 81 

HASKELL. Jerem, 79 

HASKELL, John. mi 

HASKELL. Mark, 41 



135 



INDEX 



HASKELL, Nathaniel, 


kl 








HASKELL, Samuel, 


74 








HASKINS, Nathan, 


80 








HASTINGS, John, 


3. 


8. 31 




HASTINGS, Seth, 


48, 


67. 


105 




HATCH, , 


119, 


120 






HATCH, Timothy, 


92 










123 








HATHAWAY, Abraham, 


7 








HATHAWAY j Philip, 


78 








HATHAWAY Stephen, 


7 








HATOLETTE, Louis, jun. 




60 






HAVEN, Jason, 


75. 


85 






HAVEN, Samuel, 


33. 


34. 


39. 65, 


110 


HAWES, , 


120 








HAWES, James, 


48 








HAWKES, Adam, 


39 








HAWLEY, Gideon, 


78 








HAYDEN. Benjamin, 


90 








HAYES, Joel, 


79 








HAYMAN, Edward P. 


31. 


55. 


68 




HAYKAN, William, 


102 








HAYNES, John, 


2 








HAYS, , 


121 








HAYS, Moses M. 


24 








HAYS, Robert, 


109 








HAYWARD, Beza, 


3. 


15. 


41 




HAYWARDm HON, Beza, 


103 








HAYWARD, Caleb, 


39 








HAYWARD, Lemuel, 


26, 


102 






HAYWARD, MAJOR Nathan, 


88 








HAYWOOD, Benjamin, 


i*7 








HAYWOOD, Sherwood, 


110 








HEAD, James W. 


95 








HEAD, James Walter, 


59 








HEAD, John, 


11 








HEAD, Joseph, 


19, 


23. 


99 




HEAD, Joshua, 


87 








HEAID, Jonathan, 


39 








HEALD, Joseph, 


5, 


18 






HEALD, Tiomas, 


66 








HEALEY, Samuel, 


95 








HEARD, , 


120 








HEARD, John, 


36, 


65. 


101 




HEARD, John W. 


97 








HEATH, Ebenezer, 


34 








HEATH, Joseph, 


it 








HEATH, Samuel, 


19 








HEATH, William, 


31, 


33. 


34 




HEATH, WilliaB, jun. 


34 








HEDGE, Levi, 


71 








HEINEKEN, J.H.C, 


114 








HEISTER, Daniel, 


106 








HEISTER, Joseph, 


105 








HELMS. , 


105 








HEMMENWAY, M. 


81. 


85 






HEMPHILL, Joseph, 


105 








HENDERSON, A. 


106 








HENDERSON, Benjamin, 


98 








HENRY, 


123 








HENRY, Samuel, 


50 








HENSHAW, David, 


47 








HENSHAW, Joshua, 


47 








HENSHAW, Samuel. 


so. 


51 






HENSHAW, William, 


47 








HERRICK, REV. Jacob, 


73, 


81 






HERRICK, John, 


li. 


60 






HERRICK, Joseph, 


61 








HEWES, Nath'l, P. 


101 








HEWES, Shubael, 


99 








HEWETT, John, 


109 








HEWINS, Joseph, 


34 








HEYWOOD, Abiel, 


38, 


39 






HEYWOOD, Benjamin 


47 








HIBBARD, Asa, 


79 








HICHBORN, Benjamin, 


110 








HICHBORN, William, 


99 








HICKOCK, ...... 


54 








HICKS, Daniel, 


78 








HICKS, Jacob, 


78 








HIDE, John, 


96 








HIDE, John A. 


73 








HILDRKTH. Israel, 


39 








HILDRETH, William, 


3. 


39, 


92 




HILL, Aaron, 


3. 


38 







HILL, Henry, 24, 27, 99 

HILL, James, 22 

HILL, Jeremiah, 17, 55, 56, 87 

HILL, John, 55 

HILL, Jonathan, 9^ 

HILL, Mark L. 11, 15. 59 

HILL, Mark Langdon, 58, 73 

HILL, William, H. 

HILLER, Joseph, 

HILLHOUSE, James, 

HILLIARD, Joseph, 

HILLIARD, Timothy, 

HINKLEY, Samuel, 

HINKLEY, Samuel, jun. 

HINKLEY, Seth, 95 

HINKLEY, Thomas, 2 

HINSDALE, Theodore, 54 

HITCHB0RN, Benjamin, 

HITCHB0RN, HON. Benjamin, 3 

HITCHCOCK, Pelatiah. 48, 67 

HITCHCOCK, MAJOR. Pelatiah, 88 



106 

86 
104 

80 

81 

50. 51 
67 



65 



HITCHCOCK, Samuel, 


107 




HITC0CK, Ged. 


77 




HOAR, REV. Leonard, 


70 




HOAR, Peter, 


93 




HOAR, Samuel, 


5, 


39 


H0BART, , 


122 




HOB ART, Aaron, 


7 




HOB ART, Aaron, jun. 


41 




HOBART, John Sloes, 


108 




HODGE, Levi, 


79 




HODGE, Michael, 


16. 


25 


HODGES, , 


119 




HODGES, Benjamin, 


25 




HODGES, Isaac, jun. 


44 




HODGES, Jonathan, 


25 




HOFMAN, Silas, 


48 




HOGE, David, 


115 




HOGE, Michael, 


86 




HOGE, William, 


105 




H0IT, Epaphras, 


50 




HOIT, Jonathan, 


6 




HOLBROOK, Abiah, 


7? 




HOLBROOK, Amos, 


96 




HOLBROOK, Daniel, jun. 


34 




HOLBROOK, David, 


34 




HOLBROOK, Ichabod, 


91 




HOLBROOK, Jirah, 


<?9, 


100 


HOLBROOK, John, 


22. 


49 


H0LC0MB, Rueben, 


77 




HOLDEN, Abner, 


47 




H0LDEN, Jonas, 


92 




HOLLAND, James, 


106 




H0LLINGSW0RTH, Zebulon 




108 


H0LLISTER, , 


120 




HOLMAN, Nathan, 


78 




HOLMAN, Silas, 


95 




HOLMES, , 


119 




HOLMES, Abiel, 


76 




HOLMES, REV. Abiel, 


28 




H0IMES, Abraham, 


40. 


66 


HOLMES, James, 


Ill 




HOLMES, Jedediah, 


7. 


41 


HOLMES, John, 


68 




HOLT, Joshua, 


36 




H0LTEN, Samuel, 


31. 


35. 36 


HOLYOKE, REV. Edward, 


70 




HOLYOKE, Elizur, 


75 




HOMANS, Benjamin, 


31 




HOMER, , 


124 




HOMER, George, 


20 




HOKER, Jonathan, 


76 




HOMES, , 


120 




HON SUIT, Zach, 


78 




HOOKER, John, 


17, 


51. 67 


HOOPER, , 


121. 


122 


HOOPER, Daniel, 


56 




HOOPER, James, 


82 




HOOPER, Stephan, 


36 




H0CPER, William, 


80 




HOPKINS, Daniel, 


76 




HOPKINS, REV. Daniel, 


28 




HOPKINS, James D. 


68 




HOPKINS, John, 


110 




HOPKINS, John S. 


117 








HOPKINS. Honor,, 
HOPKINS. Saaunl, 

HORTON. , 

HORTON. Daniel, 
HOSHER, Joseph, 
HOUSTON. Robert, 
HOVEY, Ivory. 
HOVEY, John. 
HOVEY, Temple, 

HOWARD, , 

HOWARD. B. 
HOWARD, Benjamin. 
HOWARD, Caleb, 
HOWARD, Daniel. 
HOWARD, Daniel, Jun. Ul 
HOWARD, HON. Daniol, 103 
HOWARD. Elijah, kh 
HOWARD, John Eap;er, 
HOWARD, Joseph, 
HOWARD, Martin, 
HOWARD, Roland, 
HOWARD, Samuel, 
HOWARD, Simeon. 
HOWARD, REV. Simeon, 
HOWARD, Simeon, D.D. 
HOWARD, William, 
HOWARD, Zach. 

HOWE, , 

HOWE, James, 
HOWE, John, 
HOWE, Jonah, 
HOWE, Nath. 
HOWE, Thomas, 
HOWELL, David, 
HOWES, George, 
HOWES, Jeremiah, 
HOWE, Jonas, • 

HOWLAND, , 

HOWLAND, Abraham, 
HOWLAND, John, 

HOYT, , 

HOTT, Moses, 
HUBBARD, Dudley, 



53 

79 
122 

37 

UO 

63 

55, 78 

55 

66 
121, 

79 
110 

W 

l»0 



10A 
56, 98, 99 
k2 



INDKT 



90 
27 



70, ?k 
20 



HUBBARD, MAJOR, Dudley, 
HUBBARD, Elisha, 
HUBBARD, John, 
HUBBARD, DR. John, 
HUrtBARD, Jonathan, 
HUBBARD, Joshua, 
HUBBARD, Levi, 
HUBBARD, Moses, 
HUBBARD, Woolcot, 
HUCKENS, Joseph. 
HUDSON. John 

HUFE, , 

HUFFEY, Christopher 
HUFFEY. Stephen, 
HUOER, Benjamin, 
HULBERT, John W. 
MULING, Willian r. 
HULL, William, 
HUMPHREYS, James, 
HUMPHREYS, Janes. Jun 
HUNNEMAN, William C 



30. 61 

75 
122, 123 

15 

«♦. 15 
8 

76 

97 
108 

91 

k? 

1*8 

119 

9 

77 
122 
100 

68 



HUNNEWELL, Jonathan, 
HUNNEWELL, Jonathan, ESQ. 



6 

61 
2? 

kq 

55 

01 
9 

53 

56 

37 

121 

1*6 
1*6. 117 
106 
68 
U2 

3, 37, 18, 88, 110 
3^. U8 
16 
99 



HUNT, 

HUNT, Ebenezer, 

HUNT, Ebenezer, HON 

HUNT, Elisha, 

HuTTT, Joseph, 

HINT, Samuel, 

HUNT, Samuel, jun. 

HUNT, Samuel W. 

HUNT. William. 

HUNT. William, jun 

HUNT, MAJOR William, Jun. 



21 



HUNTINGTON. A. 76 
HURD, Isaac, ?1 
HURD, John, 32, 98 

HUSE, John, 37 

HUSSEY, , 122 

HUSSEY, Stephen, $n 

HUSTON, , i?2 

HUTCriSON, Israll, 36 

HUTCHISON. Is. 1un. 37 



123 

3. 51 
26 
52 
26 

90, 101 
102 
86 

5. 22, 38, 66. 110 
66 

88 



HUTCHISON, Thoma., 2 

HTDE. Alvan. 80 

f^E, Caleb, jun. 53 

ILSLEY, Iaa-»c. 57 

riSUT, St.ephan. 37 
rHU». William, \\0 
ntCHtB, MR. Henieraon, 
INGALL, Jonathan, Jun. 



29 



100 



INGALLS, Henry. 

INGALLS. James, 37 

ILLS, Putman, 

INGALLS, WllllM, 102 

INGERSOL. John. 67 

IMGERSOLL. Daniel. 99 

IMGERSOLL, William, y*' 

INGERSOLL, 7.ebulen.' 91 

INGLIS. Charles. 66 

INGRAHAM. Duncan, 38 

INNES, Harry, 109 

IRVINE, William. 107 

IVES, Jessa, 79 

IVES, Thomas, 9 

IVES, Thos. 5-.' 

JACKSON. Charles. 36 

JACKSON, Edwanl. 32' 

JACKSON, Giles, 51/ 

JACKSON, Henry, 58 

JACKSON, James. 102* 

JACKSON, John, 79 

JACKSON. Johnson, 23 

JACKSON, Jonathan, 116 

JACKSON, Joseph, jun. 

JACKSON, Lemuel, 83 

JACKSON, Thomas, Jun. k\ 

JACKSON. Timothy, 5 

JACKSON, William, kl' 

JACOBS, Samuel, 59' 

JAFTTtY, , 122 

JAMES, Eleazer. UQ 67 

JAMES. John, 93" 

JAMES, K. 2 

JAMES, Samuel, 86 

JAQtJITH, John, Jun. 92 

JARVIS, Abraham, 86 

JARVIS, Charles, 3 10? 

JEFFERSON, Thomas, \0k ' 

JEFHtEY, Thomas, 78 
JETTRTr s , jQhn> io2 

JENKINS. Benjamin, U8 

JENKINS, Ebenezer, 54 

JENKINS, Joel, U0 

JSHKS, Samuel, 97 

JENKS. William. 76 

JENNINGS, Gerrish, 50 

JENNISON, Stephen. 59 

JEPSON. Benjamin, 98 

JERNIGAN, William, 1*5 

JERNIGAN. Wm. 67 

JESSERDS, William, 90 

JEWETT, Jedediah, 12 

JEWETT, Stephen. 56 

JOHNSON. Alfred. 81 

JOHNSON, Asa. 67 

JOHNSON, Benjamin. 56 

JOHNSON. Charles. 106 

JOHNSON, John, 62 

JOHNSON, Samuel, 91 

JOHNSON, Thomas, S9 

JOHNSON, Thomas A. 56 

JOHNSON, W.P. 25 

JOHNSTON, Amos, 49 

JOHONNOT, Andrev, 23 

JOHONNOT, oii veri 21 

JONES , 120.' 

JONES, Adam, u 
JONES, David, 

JONES, Ebenezer. 1*8 

JONES, Edward, m 

J0NT5, Ellas, 5U 

JONES, Israel, 5^ 

JONES, James, 96 

JONES, John, 18 
JONES, John coffin, ESQ. 25 

JONES, Josiah, jun. V» 

JONES, Marshal, 96 

JONES, Samuel, 9 k$ 



66 

65. 109 
33. 65 

99 



39 



IU, 38 
89 



' 1 



97 

122, 123 



137 



INDEX 



JONES, Silas, 49 

JONES, Stephen, 63, 64 

JONES, Theodore, 63 
JONES, Thomas, 46 

JONES, Thomas, K. 20, 23, 101 

JONES, Timothy, 39 

JONES, Walter, 109 

JONES, William, 66, 105 

JONES, Wm. 69 

JORDAN, M. 87 

JORDAN, Mel. 63 

JORDAN, Melatiah, 97 

JORDAN, Noah, 11 

JORDAN, Rishworth, 55 

JOSLYN, Benj. 48 
JOSLYN, Benjamin, 8 

JOSLYN, Luke, 95 

JOY, Benjamin, 23, 24, 99 

JUDD, Jonathan, 51, 80 

JUDD, Slyvester, 51 

JUDSON, Ephraim, 80 
JUDSON, REV. Ephraim, 28 

JUDSON, Samuel, 77 

KAST, Thomas, 102 

KAST, DR. Thomas, 26 

KEATING, Oliver, 56 

REDDER, , 123 

KEEN, Abner, 60 

KEITH, Israel 110 

KELLEY, , 123 

KELLEY, Abner, 9* 

KELLEY, Phineas, 56 

KELLOG, Ezekiel, 93 

KELLOGG, D. 76 

KELLOGG, Elijah, 81 
KELLOGG, Ezekiel, jun. 51 

KELLOGG, Ezra, 9*- 

KELTON, Benjamin, 64 

KENDAL, William, 96 

KENDALL, James, 78 
KENDALL, Jonas, 8, 48 

KENDALL, Samuel, 76 

KENNEDY, Samuel, 60 

KENNY, Moses, 77 

KETTELL, Andrew, 23 

KETTELL, James, 101 

KETTELL, Jonathan, 117 
KEY, Philip Barton, 107 

KEYES, Danforth, 48 

KEYS, Jonathan, 39 

KEYS, Robert, 79 
KIDD, Thomas, 52 

KIDDER, , 120, 124 

KIDDER, Ephraim, jun. 39 

KIDDER, Haywood, 49 

KIDDER, Rueben 69 

KILBURN, Joseph, 79 

KILBY, William, 83 

KILT0N, Jonathan, 21 

KILTY, William, 109 

KIMBALL, , 120 

KIMBALL, Aaron, jun. 49 

KIMBALL, Benjamin, 48 

KIMBALL, Caleb, 18 

KIMBALL, Daniel, 5 

KIMBALL, Jonathan, 37 

KIMBALL, Thomas, 49 

KING, Bohan, 52 

KING, Cyrus, 56, 68 

KING, James, 23 

KING, Rufus, 111 

KING, Samuel, 77 

KING, William, 59, 73 

KINGMAN, David, 41 

KINGMAN, Simeon, 42 

KINGSBURY, John, 55 

KINGSBURY, Jonathan, 4, 34 

KINGSBURY, Nathaniel, ~)k 

KINSLEY, Martin, 13 

KINSLEY, Nathaniel, 54 

KINSMAN, Ebenezer, 81 

KIRKLAND, REV. John, 29 

KIRKLAND, John T. 74 

KIRKLAND, REV. John T. , 29, 30, 101 

KIRKPATRICK' William, 112 

KITTREDGE, Thoma3, 4 



KNAPP, , 122 

KNAPP, Josiah, 24 

KNAPP, MR. Josiah, 30 

KNEELAND, John, 19 

KNCWLES, , 119 

KNOWLT0N, Thomas, 63 

KNOX, George, 111 

KNOX, Henry, 11 

KNOX, Robert, 102 

KNOX, Thomas, 102 

KNOX, William, 3rd, 6 

KOLLACK, Cornelius. 3 1 * 

KOLLACK, Ebenezer, 58 

KOLLACK, Thomas, 35 

KUHN, Jacob, 14 

LAMB, Daniel, jun. 92 

LAMBERT, , 122 

LAMBERT, Barnabas, 62 
LAMBERT, MR. William, 20 

LAMSON, Caleb, 100 

LAMSON, John, 112 

LANCASTER, Thomas, 81 

LANE, Jonas, 95 

LANE, Otis, 77 

LANE, Presley Carr, 108 

LANE, Willard, 99 

LANG, William, 101 

LANGD0N, Alfred, 63 

LANGDON, Josiah, 52 

LANGDON, Paul, 74 

LANGDON, REV. Samuel, 70 

LANGFORD, Arthur, 100 

LARNED, Darius, 9* 

LARRABEE, Nath, 57 

LATHROP, Alden, 52 

LATHROP, Isaac, 40 

LATHROP, J. 80, 85 

LATHROP, John, 26, 27 

LATHROP, John, D.D. 20 

LATHROP, REV. John, 70, 74, 85 

LATHROP, Samuel, 67 

LAUGHTOK, James, 49 

LAUGHTON, John, jun. 94 

LAUCHTON, Joseph, 14, 21 

LAW, Richard, 108 
LAWRENCE, Bezaleel, 49 

LAWRENCE, David, 39 

LAWRENCE, Jerem, 9* 

LAWRENCE, John, 78 

LAWRENCE, N. 76 

LAWRENCE, Samuel, 39 

LAWRENCE, Thomas, 92 

LAZELL, Silvanus, 93 

LAZELL, Sylvanus, 103 

LEACH, Andrew, 18 

LEACH, Pelatih, 96 

LEAR, Tobias, 112 

LEARNED, David, 11, 94 

LEARNED, Dudley, 8 

LEARNED, Erastus, 77 
LEARNED, COLONEL Simeon, 89 

LEAVITT, . 121 

LEAVITT, Abraham, 58 

LEAVITT, Jonathan, 67 
LEAVITT, Jonathan, jun. 17 

LeBARRON, Lemuel, 78 

LeBARRON, William, 41 

LEE, , 122 

LEE, Elias. 96 

LEE, Elisha. 53, 68 

LEE, John, 63, 87, 116 

LEE, Joseph, 77 

LEE, Silas, 69, 108 

LEE, William, 111 

LEECH, Asa, 116 

LEGATE, Thomas, 47 

LEIB, Michael, 105 

LEIGHTON John, 39, 56 

LELAND, John, 80 

LELAND, Solomon, 48 

LENOX, David, 111 

LEONARD, Elijah, 77 

LEONARD, Eliphalet, 51 

LEONARD, George, 7, 31, ^3, W» 

LEONARD, Oliver, 33, 63, 69 

LEONARD, Samuel, 44 






INDEX 



LEONARD, Wm. A. 66 

LEONARD. Zenus, V 

LEONARD, Zephaniah, 44 

LEPROIRE. 121 

LEVKRETT. John, 2 

LEVERETT, HON. John, 70 
LEWIS. Abner, 78 

LEWIS, Amos, 99 

LEWIS, Archelaua. 11, 58 
LEWIS, Asa, 58 

LEWIS, Eldad, 5T 

LEWIS, George, 57 

LEWIS, Jacob, 111 

LEWIS, Joel, 108 

LEWIS. John, 57 

LEWIS, Lothrop, 11, 57, 58 

LEWIS, Seth. 115 

LEWIS, William ML, 

UBBY. Joaiah, 94 

LIBBY, Richard, 58 
LINCOLN. Ahnor, 33, 72 

LINCOLN, Abraham, 48, 117 
LINCOLN, Amos, 21 

LINCOLN. Benjamin, 2, 86 
LINCOLN, Benjamin. ESQ. 26 
LINCOLN. Beta, 86 

LINCOLN, Henry. 78 

LINCOLN, Levi, 47, 67, 110 

LINCOLN. Martin, 86 
LINCOLN, Mitchel, 98 
LINCOLN, Royal, 18 

LINCOLN, Theodore, 63, 64 

LINCOLN, Thomas, 03 
LINSLEY, Noah, 71 

LIOT, Charles Francis, 113 

LISLE, Henry M. 65 

LITCHFIELD. Joseph, 81 

LITCHFIELD. Paul, 76 

LITH00W, Arthur, 61, 62, 
LITHGOW, James N. 5° 

LITTLE, , 119 

LITTLE, Daniel, 85 
LITTLE. Edward, 65 
LITTLE, Ezekiel, 101 
LITTLE, Jedediah, 42 
LITTLE, John Park, 68 
LITTLE, Joshua, 91 
LITTLE, Josiah, 4, 36 
LITTLE, Michael, 58 
LITTLE, Silas, 36 

LITTLEFIELD. , 121 

LITTLEFIELD, Edmund. 79 
LITTLEFIELD, Eliel, 40 
LITTLEFIELD, Eph. 40 
LITTLEFIELD, Ephraim, 5. 39 
LTVERMORE. Daniel, 62 
LTVERMORE, Joseph, 64 
LIVINGSTON, Edward, 108 
LIVINGSTON, Robert R. Ill 
LLOYD, James, 102, 104 
LLOYD, James, jun. 22, 24 
LOCK, James, 18 

LOCK, John, 66 

LOCK, Jonathan, 39 
LOCK, Simon, 81 

LOCKE, Joseph, 66 
LOCKE, REV. Samuel, 70 

LOMBARD, , 119 

LONG, David, 77. 80 

LONG, John, 52 

LONGFELLOW, , 122 

LONGFELLOW, Stephen, 57. 68 
LONGFELLOW, HON. Stephen, 3 

LONGLY, , 123 

LONGLEY, Calvin. 40 

LONGLEY, Edmund, 7, 52 

LONGLEY, Jams. 9, 48 

LONGLEY, Joshua, 38 

LORD, John, 3. 55. 9A 

LORD, Mark, 56 

LORD, Nathaniel. 81 

LORD, Tozer, 81 

LORD, William. 15 

LORING, , 1, 119, 122, 125 

LORING, Belaleel, 58 

LORING, Jonathan, 97 



LORING, Hat thaw. 


99 




LOfflltOP, Senator, 


89 




LOTHROP. Isaac. 


41 




LOTHROP, Thomas. 


4, 


34 


LOUD, Kliphalet, 


34 




LOTBJOr, — , 


122 




LOVEJOT, Nathaniel, 


36, 


01 


LOVELL, Joseph, 


34 




LOVELL. Shubaol 


76 




LOVERING, Joseph, 


21 




LOW, Abraham, 


48 




LOW, John. 


37. 


56 


LOW, Rob«rt, 


81 




LOWELL, Jaaes, 


86 




LOWELL, John, 


31, 


107 


LOWELL, John, Jun. 


22, 


32, 65. 110 


LOWELL, John ESQ. 


26 




LOWELL, HON. John. 


20, 


30. 70 


LOWNDES. Thomas. 


106 




LOWRY. Thomas . 


108 




LUCE. Rowland. 


93 




LUDLOW. Israel. 


115 




UrDLOW, Roger. 


2 




LUDWIG, Jacob. 


17, 


59 


LUSK, Thomas, 


54 




U} fr ZF.. Frederick W. 




11/ 


LYDE, Nathaniel, 


102 




LYMAN. Abigail, MRS. 


50 




LYMAN, Caleb, 


52 




L^MAN, Erastus. 


92 




LYMAN, Isaac, 


-1 




LYMAN. Joseph, 


67, 


79, 85 


LYMAN, Joseph, Jun. 


50. 


51. 117 


LYMAN. Levi. 


17, 


50, 51 


LYMAN, Moses, 


56 




LYMAN, Samuel, 


)1 




LYMAN, Theodore, 


22, 


30, 38 


LYMAN. William, 


51. 


89 


MACANULTY, Barnard, 


B. 


116 


MACCARTY, Nathaniel, 




U 


MACK, David, 


52. 


92 


MACOMBER, Daniel, 


u 




MACOMBER, Job, 


82 




MACON, Nathaniel, 


1M 




MADAN, Augustus, 


112 




MADISON, Jaaree, 


86, 


106 


MAGEE, Jonathan, 


52 




MAGILL, Charles, 


107 




MAHEW, Benjamin. 


45 




MAHEW, Matthew, Jun. 


45 




MAHEW-. William, 


46 




MALCOLM, Jaaes, 


so 




MANN, Jacob, 


39 




MANN, Moses, 


91 




MANNING, . 


1, 


125 


MANNING. Richard. 


36 




MANSFIELD. Issac. 


16. 


36, 37, 65 


MANSFIELD. William, 


91 




MARCH, , 


121 




MARCH, Ebenezer. 


35. 


36 


MARCH, James. 


£ 




MARCH, Joseph, 


T! 




MARCH, Pelatiah, 


57 




MARCH, Samuel, 


k 




MARCH, Stephen, 


59 




MARCHANT, Cornelius 




1*5 


MARCK, Philip, 


112 




MAREAN, William, 


9 




MARRETT, Daniel. 


Si 




MARRETT, J->hn, 


76 




MARSH, , 


121. 


122 


MARSH . Aaron , 


8. 


48 


MARSH, Amariah, 


"•■ 




MARSH. Eseck, 


)9 




MARSH, Jonathan. 


5 




MARSH, Nath. 


36 




MARSH, Natnaniel, 


1 




MARSHALL. Benjamin, 


OS 




MARSHALL, Christopher, 


08 


MARSHALL, James, 


109 




MARSHALL. John. 


107 




MARSH7IELD, 


120 




MARSTON. John. 


30 




MARTIN, Alfred, 


62 




MARTIN. Calvin, 


44 




MARTIN. Gideon, 


S4 





139 



MARTIN, Samuel, M. 
MARTIN, Simeon, 
MARTIN, William, 

MASON, , 

MASON, Benjamin, 
MASON, Christopher, 
MASON, Eliot, 
MASON, John Thompson, 
MASON, Jonathan, 
MASON, Stevens T. 
MASON, Thomas, 
MASON, William, 
MASON, William, 
MASON, MRS. Widow, 
MATHER, REV. Increase, 



60 
9 

57 

122 

78 

7. 44 

49 

109 
24, 104, 110 
104 
79 
83 
44 
29 

70 



INDEX 



MATHER, Samuel, 50, 51 
MATIGU0N, Francis, 75 
MATTHIEU, John, 113 

MATTOCK, , 120 

MATTOON, Ebenezer, 88, 105 
MATTOON, Ebenezer, jun. 52 
MAURY, James, 111 
MAXEY, REV. Jonathan, 
MAXEY, Levi, 44 
MAXWELL, George, 108 
MAXWELL, Sylvest, 

MAY, , 

MAY, Elisha, 
MAY, HON. Elisha, 
MAY, Enoch, 
MAY, John, 
MAY, Joseph, 
MAY, MRS. Col. 
MAYHEW, Matthew, jun 
MAYHEW, William, 
MAYHEW, Zachariah, 
MAYLEY, Hugh, 
MAYNARD, John, 
MAYNARD, Jonathan, 
MAYNARD, HON. Jonathan, 
MAYNARD, Malachi, 6 

MAYO, , 123 

MAYO, Caleb, 
MAYO, Ebenezer, 
MAYO, Elisha, 
MEACH, Asa, 
MEAD, Ephraim, 
MEAD, Israel, 
MEAD, Samuel, 
MEAGHER, Richard, 
MEED, - 



28 



68 

62, 119 

31, 43, 44 

3 

99 

24, 99 
24. 32. 99 
29 

8 

8. 16 
78 
60 
39 
15 



52 

17, 57, 116 
42 

77 

54 

100 

75 

6o 
120 



MEIGS, R turn Jonathan, jun. 115 

MELCHER,°Noah, 58 

MELLEN, Leonard, 66 

MELLEN, Prentis, 56 

MELLEN, Prentiss, 55. 68 

MELLON, John, 77 

MELVILLE, Thomas, 86, 99 

MERIAM, Jonathan, 8 

MERO, Amariah, 60 

MERRIAM, , 124 

MERRICK, , 123 

MERRICK, Aaron, 51 

MERRICK, John, 30 

MERRICK, Pliny, 48, 67 

MERRIL, John, 59 

MERRIL, Moses, 58 

MERRILL, , 81 

MERRILL, Benjamin, 61 

MERRILL, David, 83 

MERRILL, Ezekiel, 56 

MERRILL, John, 73 

MERRILL, John, jun. 69, 116 

MERRILL, Samuel, 37 

MERRITT, Daniel, 64 

MERRITT, Paul, 93 

MESSENGER, Roswell, 81 

MESSINGER, Billey, 96 

MESSINGER, Daniel, 21, 97 

METCALF, Joseph, 51 

METCALF, Matthew, 39 

METCALF, Saville, 52 

MIGHILL, Thomas, 36 

MILES, Isaac, 49 

MILES, Jonas, 49 

MILIKIN, , 121 

MTLLEDOE, . 106 



MILLER, Aaron J. 7 

MILLER, Ebenezer, 34 

MILLER, William, 106 

MILLIKIN, , 122 

MILLS, Drake, 54 

MILLS, Edmund, 77 

MILLS. Elijah. 68 

MILLS, Josiah, 52 

MILTON, C.W. 76 

MINOT, Christopher, 22 

MIN0T, George R. 26, 32, 65, 110 

MINOT, HON. George, 101 

MINOT, HON. George R. 29 

MINOT, HON. George R. ESQ. 20 

MINOT, George Richards, 32 

MINOT, Jonas C. 86 

MINOT, Timothy, 26 

MIRICK, Benjamin, 100 

MITCHEL, Arami R. 58, 73 

MITCHEL, Samuel L. 105 

MITCHELL, , 122 

MITCHELL, Abiel, 7 

MITCHELL, Nahua, 7, 15, 41, 66, 103 

MOFFAT, Eber, 80 

MONRO, Stephen, 8 

MONROE, James, 118 

MONROE, John, 109 

MONTAGUE, Elijah, 79 

MONTAGUE., Wis, 75 

MONTAGUE, Zebina, 6, 51, 89 

MONTGOMERY, Robert, 112 

MOODTE, Benjamin, 113 

MOODY, Moses, 116 

MOODY, Moses S. 91 

MOODY, Samuel, 30, 60, 61, 73, 74 

MOODY, Silas, 80 

MOON, John, 96 

MOOR, Thomas, 106 

MOORE, - 120 

MOORE, Alfred, 107 

MOORE, Andrew, 109 

MOORE, Cleon, 109 

MOORE, Ebenezer, 62 

MOORE, John, 52, 61 

MOORES, Joseph, 40 

MOREY, David, 23 

MOREY, George, 75 

MOREY, Samuel, 44 

MORGAN, Aaron, 92 

MORGAN, Abner, 51, 67 

MORGAN, Lucas, 51 

MORLEY, David, 92 

MORRELL, Joseph, 94 

M0RRELL, Samuel, jun. 94 

MORRIL, John, 56 

MORRIS. Edward, 52 
MORRIS, Gouverneur, 

-GOVENOR- 104 

MORRIS, Lewis R. 105 

MORRIS, Robert, 19, 108 

MORRIS. Thomas, 105 

MORSE, Abel, 50 

MORSE, J. 76 

MORSE, Jed, 85 

MORSE, Jedediah, 28 

MORSE, Leonard, 68 

MORSE, Rueben, 79 

MORTON, Andrew, 67 

MORTON, John, 112 
MORTON, Nathaniel, 3rd. 44 

MORTON, Perez, 4, 64, 110 

MOTLEY, . 121, 122 

MOTLEY, Joseph, 76 

MOTT, , 105 

M0ULTON, Jonathan, 94 

MOUNTAIN, Jacob, 86 

MOWER, , 122 

MOYER, Ephrain, 47, 49, 88 

MOYLAN, Stephen, 110 

MUHLENBURG, Peter, 104 

MULLIKEN, , 123 

MUNGER, Darius, 51 

MUNRO, , 124 

MUNR0E, , 122, 123, 124, 

MURPHY, Diego, 114 

MURPHY, James, 8* 

MURRAY, John, 75 









INDEX 



MURRAY, John C. Ill 

MYCALL, John. 48 

M' ARTHUR. John 56 

McCLATHRY. , 122 

M'CLIIRE. Thomas, 59 

H'COnB. Danny, 95 

M'COBB, Denny. 60 

M'COBB, WllliMi, 59 

McCORSON, James, 81 

M'DOHOOOH, Thomas, 111 
McFARLANK, John. 18 

McINTTRE, Nnil, 100 

M'INTIRE, William, 59 
McKEAN. REV. Joseph, 73, 75 

McKEAN, Thonas. 108 

HcKEAN, William, 
M'KEILAR. John, 
HcKELLAR. John, 

HcKCWNS, 

M'LEAN, Alexander, 
McLEAN, John, 
McLELLAN, Hugh, 
M'LELLAN, Joseph. 
McMILLAN, Willi** 
M'NAIRY. John, 
M'PHETRES. Archibald. 
NANCE, John W. 
NASH, John, 
NASH, Jonathan, 
NASH, Judah. 
NASH, William, 
NASSON, Samuel, 
NAZRO, Matthew. 
NEEDHAM, Daniel. 
NELSON, Job, 
NELSON, John, 
NELSON, Samuel, 
NELSON, Thomas, 
NELSON, Paul, 
NESMITH, James. 
NEUFVILLE, John, 
NEW, Anthony, 

NEWCOMB, , 

NEWCOMB, Lemuel, 

NEWELL. . 

NEWELL, John, 
NEWELL, Jonathan, 
NEWELL, Joseph, 
NEWELL, Rueben 
NEWELL, Timothy, 
NEWHALL, Eliph. 
NEWMAN. Mark 
NEWTON, Roger, 
NEWTON, Thomas, Jun 
NICHOLAS, Wilson C. 
NICHOLLS, William, 

NICHOLS, , 

NICHOLS, J. 
NICHOLS, Perkins, 
NICHOLSON, Joseph H 
NICKELS, James, 
NICKELS, Samuel, 
NICKERSON, , 



18, 98 

59 

11 
123 

82 

24 
3. 23, 51, 94 

57. 58 
115 
109 

63 
101 

54 

fcl, 79 

79 

77 

56 

98 

50 

13. 63, 69 

W 

77 
109 

94 

63 
110 
106 
119 
7 
119, 120, 121, 
94 

76 
k 

91 

47 

39 

72 

79. 85 
106 
104 

12? 

80 

3? 
106 

59 

59 
119 



BILES, Samuel. 
BILES, REV. Samuel, 
NOBLE, David. 
NOBLE. Jacob, 
NORRIS, Edward, 
NORRIS, John, 
NORTH, Joseph, 
NORTHS, Elijah. 
NORTON, Beriah, 
NORTON, Cornelius, 
NORTON, Jacob, 
NORTON, John, 
NORTON, Samuel, 
N0URSE, Joseph, 
NOYES, Daniel, 
NOYES, Edmund, 
NOYES, Jacob, 
NOYES, DR. Nathaniel, 
NOYES, Thomas, 

NURLE, , 

NUTTING, Richard, 
NYE, David, 
Nye, Elnathan, 



77 

28 

52. 53 

92 

16 

36 

30. 60, 61 

96 

hi 

61 

75 

86 

16, 32. 41 

106 

35. 36 

36 

26 

19 

75 
123 
100 

7, 41, U2, 93 

43 



NYE. John, 96 
NYE, John, Jun. <«3 
NYE, Saaual, 
NYE, Sllvanua, 42 
OAKES, Jonathan, J 
QAXES, RKV. Uriah, 70 
OAKHAM, Samuel, 61 
O'Brien, JereaUah, >M 
O'BRIEN, Jerealah. 97 
O'BRIEN, Lewis Meagher, 
O'BRIEN. Richard, 113 
O'DIORNE, Thomas. DR 



1«0 



36 



11? 
27 



v. 



65, 110 
87, 117 

iou 



U4, 66 
103 



OGDEN, Aaron, 104 
DOLE, Henjajaln. 118 
0LC0TT, Slaeon, 1C* 
OLDHAH, David, 41 
0LIFAN T . David, 22 
OLIVER. Andrev, 2, 20, 79 
OLIVER, Daniel, 1*9 
OLIVER, Ebeneter, 23, 98 
OLIVER, Francis J. 97 
OLIVER, Thomas, 2 
OLSON, Blichu, llU 
ORCUTT, Joslah, 79 
ORMES, James, 49 

ORR, , 68 

ORR, Benjamin, 69 
ORSBORN, George, 116 
OSBORNE, Sylvester, 89 
OSGOOD. D. 76 

OSGOOD, Isaac, 36 
OSGOOD, John, 18, 
OSGOOD, Jonathan, 77 
OSGOOD, Peter, 37 
OSGOOD, Tiaothy, 16 
OSTER, Cli .ten, 113 
OTIS, Harrison G. 32, 
OTIS, Joseph, 42, 
OTIS, Samuel Allyne, 
OWEN, John, 
PACK, Theoph. 

PACKARD, , 

PACKARD, Asa, 
PACKARD, Her.ekiah, 
PACKARD, Joel, 
PACKARD, Joshua, 
PADELFfRD, Samuel, 
PADELFORD. Seth, 
PADDELFORD. HON 
PADDOCK, Judah, 

PAGE, , 

PAGE, Benjamin, 
PAGE, Edward H. 
PAGE, MAJOR John 
PAGE, Philip. 
PAGE, Robert, 

PAIN, . 

PAJNE, . 

PAINE, Charles, 
PAINE, Elijah, 
PAINE, Nathaniel, 
PAINE, HON. Robert 
PAINE, Robert Treat, 
PAI^ER, David, ^6 
PALMER, Fred, 52 
PALMER, Joseph, Jun. 
PALMER, Nathaniel, Jun. 
PALMER, Stephen, 
PARISH, Elijah, 
PARK, Samuel, 

PARKER, , 

PARKER, Ebeneter, 
PARKER. F.lisha. 
PARKER, "reeman, 
PARKER, Isaac, 
PARKER. Isaiah, 
PARKER, Jedediah, 
PARKER, Jereboaa, 
PARKER, John, 
PARKER, Joseph, 
PARKER, REV. Joseph, 
PARKER, Nehemiah A. 96 
PARKER. Oliver, 62 
PARKER, REV. DR. 19 
PARKER, Robert. 62 
PARKER. S. 78 



60 

1?2 
76 

n 

v 
4! 
43. 
Seth. 

7 

121 

100 

95 
89 

56 
56. 
120 
L2* 
53. 
67, 
47. 
T. 



39 

119. 
30 

95 

92 

68, 
43 

18, 

42 



60, 61 



65, 110 

108 

67 

U 

31 



16, U2 

60 

75 



12?. 123 
108. 110 

22. 34, 92 

28 



141 



PARKER, Samuel, 27, 30, 74 

PARKER, Samuel, D.D. 20 
PARKER, Stephen, 64 

PARKER, Thomas, 109 

PARKER, Trueworthy, 63 

PARKHURST, , 39, 120 

PARKHURST, Leonard, 40 

PARKIS, Daniel, 95 

PARKMAN, , 120 

PARKMAN, Samuel, 22, 24, 28, 32, 99 
PARKMAN, Samuel, ESQ. 25 

PARLENS, Seth, 92 

PARLEY, , 121, 

PARLIN, Asa, 39 

P ARRIS, Martin, 41 

P ARRIS, Samuel, 58 

PARSONS, Benjamin, 67 

PARSONS, D. 79 

PARSONS, Gorham, 24, 99 

PARSONS, Isaac, 57, 73 
PARSONS, Israel, 6 

PARSONS, Joseph, 94 

PARSONS, Obadiah, 36 

PARSONS, Theophilus, 31, 64, 110 

PARSONS, Thomas, 55 

PARSONS, William, 22, 24, 56 

PARTRIDGE, Amos, 62 

PARTRIDGE, George, 41 

PARTRIDGE, John, 54 

PASSELL, , 122 

PATTEE, Ebenezer, 60 
PATTEE, Ezekial, jun. 61 

PATTEN, , 122 

PATTEN, James, 97 

PATTEN, John, 94 

PATTEN, Joseph, 64 

PATTEN, Stephen, 73 

PATTERSON, Benj. 56 

PATTERSON, William, 107 

PAYSON, David, 11, 95 

PAYSON, David, jun. 95 

PAYSON, Phillips, 16 
PAYSON, Phillips, jun. 38 

PAYSON, Samuel, 22, 73 

PAYSON, Thomas, 73 

PEABODY, John, 63 

PEARCE, , 119 

PEARCE, Joseph, jun. 97 
PEARCE, Nicholas, jun. 97 

PEARCE, Philip, 78 

PEARCE, Preserved, 78 

PEARSON, , 121 

PEARSON, Eliphalet, 26, 70 

PEARSON, Jerem, 37 

PEARSON, Samuel, 56 

PEARSON, Williams, 37 

PEARSONS, , 120 

PEASE, , 122, 123 

PEASE, John, 87, 117 

PECK, William, 108 

PECKENS, J. 76 

PECKHAM, , 123 

PEIRCE, Aaron, 48 

PEIRCE, Daniel, 55 

PEIRCE, Hayward 16 

PEIRCE, Joseph, 33. 49 

PEIRCE, Rufus, 35 

PENDLETON. John, 63 

PENNFIELD, , 122 

PEOPBLES, Patrick, 59 

PEPOON, Silas, 90 

PEPPER, Benjamin, 43 

PEPPER, Jacob, 49 

PERKINS, Elias, 105 

PERKINS, MRS. Elizabeth, 29 

PERKINS, James, 24 

PERKINS, John, 101 

PERKINS, Joseph, 36, 65 

PERKINS, Thomas, 10, 22, 99, 110 

PERKINS, Thomas, 3rd. 55 

PERKINS, Thomas, H. 22 

PERKINS, Thos. H, 99 

PERKINS, William, 86 

PERLEY, Enoch, 58 

PERLEY, Hump. C. 76 

PERLEY. Nathaniel, 17. 69 



INDEX PERLEY, Thomas, 4, 

PERRY, Caleb, 43 

PERRY, Daniel, 33, 

PERRY, David, 44, 

PERRY, Elisha, 42 

PERRY, Luther, 6? 

PERRY, Samuel, DR. 2? 

PERRY, Samuel, jun. 44 

PETERS, Andrew, 48 

PETERS, Richard, 108 

PETTES, , 124 

PHELPS, Charles, 52 

PHELPS, John, 6? 

PHELPS, John, jun. 67 

PHILIPS, John, 65 

PHILLIPS, Benjamin, H. 

PHILLIPS, Elijah, 7 

PHILLIPS, Elisha, 41 
PHILLIPS, MR. James, 21 

PHILLIPS, John, 29, 

PHILLIPS, Patrick, 18 

PHILLIPS, Samuel, 36 
PHILLIPS, Samuel, ESQ. 

PHILLIPS, Thomas, 63 

PHILLIPS, Turner, 22 

PHILLIPS, William, 31, 
PHILLIPS, William jun. 

PHINNEY, Edmund, 57 

PHINNEY, Timothy, 42, 

PHIPPEN, Joshua, 18 

PHIPS, Spenc9r, 2 
PHIPS, SIR, William, 2 

PICE, Joshua, 86 
PICHON, Louis Andre, 
PICKERING, John, 35. 36, 

PICKET, , 122 

PICKMAN, Benjamin, 25, 

PICKMAN, Benjamin, jun. 

PICKMAN, William, 86 

PIERCE, , 119 

PIERCE, Benjamin, 94 

PIERCE, Eben, 54 

PIERCE, Hayward, 41 

PIERCE, Isaac, 14 

PIERCE, John, 49, 

PIERCE, Joseph, 105 

PIERCE, Josiah, 57 

PIERCE, Proctor, 72 

PIERSON, Zachariah, 54 

PIKE, John, 39 

PIKE, Joseph, 37 

PIKE, Nicholas, 36 

PILSBURY, Levi, 77 

PILSBUOY, William, 73 

PINCKNEY, Charles, 104, 

PIPON, John, 78 

PITCATRN, Joseph, 112 

PITTMAN, John, 78 

PITTS, John, 5. 
PITTS, Samuel, jun. 

PLATER, Thomas, 106 

PLIMPTON, Oliver, 48 

POLK, Silas, 79 

POLLARD, , 122 

P0LLEY, , 119 

POLLEY, John, 52 

POMEROY, . 123 

POMROY, Asahel, 6 

POMROY, Grove, 9 
POMROY, Jonathan L. 

POMEROY, Lemuel, 6, 

POMROY, Quartus, 52 

POND, Eliphalet, 33 

POOL, John, 44 

POOR, Benjamin, 61 

POPE, Edward, 43, 

POPE. Frederick, 34 

POPE, Joseph, 77 

POPE, Lemuel, 43 

POPKIN, John, 86 

P0PKIN, John S. 74 

PORTER, , 119, 

PORTER, Benjamin, 73 
PORTER, Benjamin, J. 
PORTER, Benjamin, jun. 
PORTER, MAJOR, Eleaser, 
PORTER, Eliphalet, 



37 

34 

80 



111 



32, 


101, 110 


3 




98. 
22. 


99 
28, 32 



43 



113 

108 



36 

4, 91 



50, 75 



111 



18 
39 



44, 87 



121 

11 
45 
88 
75 






una 



PORTER, REV. Ellphalet, 


20 




READ, Jacob. 


104 




PORTER, John, 


»*5. 


77 


klAD, John, 3, 


15. 31. 33. 


u. -n 


PORTER, Jonathan E. 


67 




READ. HOW. John. 


20 




PORTER, Neheraiah, 


79 




READ. REV. John. 


103 




PORTER, Robert, 


18 




READ, Joseph, 


48. 52 




PORTER, Samuel, 


6 




READ. Josiah, 


60 




PORTRt, Tyler, 


36 




READ, Nathan, 


105 




PORTER, William, 


33. 


98 


READ, Thomas, 


5°- 




POTTER, Henry 


107 




READ. William. 


61, 78 




POTTER, James, 


82 




REDDINGTO*, 


123 




POTTER, Jonathan E. 


52 




REDDINGTON, Aea, 


61, 




POVEY, Tho«as, 


2 




REDDINGTON, SamuM 


61 




POWERS, Isaac, 


51 




REED, , 


120, 122 




POWERS, John, 


51 




REED. Cheney. 


16 




POWERS, Jonathan, 


39, 


83 


REED. George, 


60 




POWERS, Thomas, 


92 




REED, James, 


78 




POWNAL. Thomas. 


2 




REED. Joel, 


44 




POWELL, Samuel, 


86 




REED, John, 


85 




PRATT, Elnathan. 


54 




REED. John, Jun. 


101 




PRATT, Jesse 


35 




REED, Jonathan, 


44 




PRATT, Simeon, 


<*2 




REED, Josiah, 


58. 87 




PREBBLE, Tsaias. 


04 




REED, Samuel, 


77 




PREBLE, , 


121 




REED, William. 


'.', 




PREBLE, Ebeneser, 


23. 


24 


REEVE, -ienry. 


•"/ 




PRENTISS, Appleton, 


101 




REEVES, Jacob, 


5 




PRENTISS, Caleb, 


76 




REEVES, Nath. 


18 




PRENTISS, John. 


49 




REMINGTON. John. 


38 




PRENTISS, Joshua, 


4 




RENGEL, Don Manuel 


11U 




PRENTISS, Thomas, 


75 




RETZ. Frederick. 


82 




PRESCOT, , 


123 




REVERE, Paul. 


21 




PRESCOT. James, 


66 




REYNOLDS, F. 


n 




PRESCOT, Jerediah, 


61 




RHODES. Amos. 


37 




PRESCOT, William, 


65 




RICE 


119, 121 




PRESCOTT, Benjamin, 


52 




RICE, Asoph, 


77 




PRESCOTT, James, 


37 




RICE, David, 


'i 




PRESCOTT, Oliver, 


31. 


37. 38 


RICE, Jonathan, 


5 




PRESCOTT, Oliver, jun. 


16. 


37 


RICE, Merrick, 


67, 90 




PRESCOTT, Oliver, HON. 


26 




RICE, Nathan. 


4, 




PRESCOTT, William, 4 


, 15, 36, 91, 110 


RICE, Samel B. 


°5 




PRICE, Ebenezer, 


83. 




RITE, Thomas. 


31. 58. 50, 


■\ 


PRICE, Ezekiel, 


32 




RICE, Thomas, jun. 


6o 




PRIME, Joseph, 


56 




RTCE. William, 


18 




PRINCE, James, 


3 




U : ARDS. James, 


6 




PRINCE, John, 


76 




RICHARDSON. , 


120. 123 


124 


PRINCE, Samuel, 


86. 


98 


RICHARDSON, Abihah 


60 




PRINCE, Thomas, 


2. 




RICHARDSON. Abijah 


34 




PROCTOR, Edward. 


99 




RICHARDSON, Amasa, 


35 




PROCTOR, John, 


21 




RICH\RDSON, Benjamin. 48 




PROCTOR, Joseph, 


67 




RICHARDSON, Caleb 


44 




PROUT. William, W. 


100 




RICMARDSC V , Edward 


58 




PUFFER, Rueben. 


77 




RICHARDSON, Edmund 


39 




PULIS. Joseph, 


111 




RICHARDSCN, James, 


65 




PURKETT, Henry, 


18. 


100 


RICHARDSON, J 9 f<Yy 


99 




PURRINGTCN, Humphry, 


60 




RICHARDSON, Moses, 


4 




PURRINOTON, Jares, 


60 




RICHARDSON. Oliver 


39 




PURRINGTON, Stephen, 


57 




RICHARDSON. Tho. 


40 




PUTNAM, Aaron, 


38 




RICHARDSON. William M. 72 




PUTNAM, Amos, 


36 




RICHARDSON. Zeb. 


81 




PUTNAM, Bartholomew, 


86 




RICHMOND. Abel, 


77 




PUTNAM, Daniel, 


i*8 




RICHMOND, Sdw. 


75 




PUTNAM, Jethro, 


91 




RICHMOND. Tho. Baylies. 




PUTNAM, Nathan, 


48 




RICHMOND, Thomas R 


16 




PUTNAM, Samuel, 


36. 


65 


RIDDEL, William. 


82 




PUTNAM. William, 


48 




RTDER, William P. 


K> 




PYNCHON, John, 


52 




RIDGEWAY, James. 


2( 




PYNCHON, Stephen, 


51. 


67 


RILEY. , 


122 




PYNCHON, William, 


50 




RIPLEY, Ezra, 


76, 85 




PYNCHON, William, 


51 




RIPLEY, Jerome. 


51. 




QU1NCY, John W. 


101 




RIPLEY. Joseph, 


24 




QUINCY, Josiah, 23, 


29, 33 


, 65, 101, 110 


RIPLEY, Lincoln. 


Bl 




QUTNCY, Josiah, ESO. 


20 




RISBOROUGH, John, 


:i 




QUINCY, Samuel, 


53. 


68 


RITCHIE, Robert, 


112 




QUINTARD, , 


122 




ROANE. Archibald, 


118 






123 




R09BIHS. Chandler, 


60, *1 




RACE, Nicholas, 


9 




R0"PINS, Edward H. 


''. "H. ">4, 


65, no 


RANTJ, Isaac, 


26. 


33, 102 


ROPBINS. HON. Edward H. 




RANDALL, Benjamin, 


34 




ROB9INS. James. 


100 




RANDOLPH, John, 


106 




R03BINS. John, 


48 




RANGER, Edmund, 


100 




ROPBINS, Thomas, 


63 




RATHBUN, Valentine, 


80 




ROBERSON, . 


120 




RATHBtm, V.W. 


77 




ROBERTS. , 


120 




RAY, Cornelius, 


22 




ROBINS, Otis, 


95 




RAYMIJND, Ephraim, 


44 




R'BINSON, Dennison 


54 




RAZOR, Charles, 


95 




ROBINSON. Edward. 


90 




READ, Benjamin, 


48 




ROBINSON, G. 


77 




READ, George, 


108 




ROBINSON, REV. Geo 


rge. 28 





143 



ROBINSON, Janes, k, 36, 91 

ROBINSON, John, 37 

ROBINSON, Otis, 81 

ROBY, Joseph, ?6 

ROSY, Thomas, 82 

RODGER, Daniel, 36 

ROGERS, Andrew, 56 

ROGERS, Clark, 80 

ROGERS, Daniel, 16, 39 

ROGERS, Enoch, 37 

ROGERS, James, 11, 59, 94, 95 

ROGERS, John, 16 

ROGERS, DR. John, 70 

ROGERS, William, 56, 116 

ROLF, Benjamin, 81 

ROLLINS, Eliphalet, 37 

ROOT, Eli, 53 

ROOT, Elisha, 51 

ROPES, Jonathan, 18 

ROSS, Donald, 17 

ROSS, James, 104 

ROSSETER, David, 53 

ROUND, Sylvester, 78 

ROUSSELET, Nicholas, 111 

ROWE, John, 4, 36, 65 

ROWE, Joseph, 65, 110 

RUGGLES, Benjamin, 64 

RUGGLES, Elijah, 7 

RUGGLES, Nathaniel, 34, 41 

RUGGLES, Nathaniel, ESQ. 20 

RUGGLES, Timothy, 49 

RUMNEY, Edward. 99 

RUSS, William, 5 

ROSSEL, , 124 

RUSSELL, , 120 

RUSSELL, Benjamin, 21, 56 
RUSSELL, Benjamin, ESQ. 21 
RUSSELL, MAJOR Benjamin, 97 
RUSSELL, Ephraim, 39 
RUSSELL, Joseph, 30, 77. 98 
RUSSELL, Joseph, ESQ. 25 
RUSSELL, Peter, 36 
RUSSELL, S a ml. P. 58 
RUSSELL, Samuel P. 10, 14, 17, 73 
RUSSELL, William, 25. 56 
RUST, John, 63 
RUST, Jonathan, 96 
RUTLEDGE, John, 106 
SAABYE, Hans Rodolph, 112 

SABINS, , 120 

SAFFORD, , 124 

SALISBURG -, 119 

SALISBIfRY, Samuel, 22 

SAMPSON , 122 

SAMPSON, Charles. 60 
SAMPSON, Enoch, 63 
SAMSON, Stephen 41 
SANBORN, Peter, 76 

SANDERS, , 52 

SANDERSON, Abner, 5, 38 
SANDFORD, REV. David, 28 
SANDS, Ephraim, 56 
SANFORD, David, 75 
SANGER, REV. Zedekiah, 73, 77 
SARGEANT, Ezra, 38 
SARGEANT, Johm, jun. 37 
SARGEANT, Paul D. 62 
SARGEANT, Paul Dudley, 62 
SARGENT. Daniel, 24 
SARGENT, Daniel, jun. 24, 97 
SARGENT, Erastus, 54 
SARGENT, MAJOR, John T. 88 
SARGENT, Joseph, 18 
SARTORI, John Baptiste, 113 
SATTERLEE, Samuel, 54 

SAVAGE, , 119 

SAVAGE, Joseph, 55 
SAVAGE, Samuel, 42 
SAVORY, Samuel, 41 
SAVORY, Thomas, 91 

SAWTEL, . 124 

SAWYER, , 121 

SAWTER, John, 82 
SAWYER, Jonathan, 11, 19 
SAWYER, Richard, 18 
SEXTON, Rufus, 52 



INDEX 



SAYWARD, John, 56 

SCAMM0N, COLONEL James, 88 

SCHAW, John, 93 

SCHULTZ, Johann Ernest Christian, 114 

SCOLLAY, William, 24, 99 

SCOLLAY, COL. William. 29 

SCOTT, , 123 

SCOTT, Gideon, 19 
19 

81, 82 
109 
16, 42 
22 
7, 43 
121 
**, 32, 34, 98 
68 
65 



SCOTT, James, 
SCOTT, Jonathan, 
SCOTT, Joseph, 
SCUDDER, David, 
SEARS, David, 
SEARS, Richard, 

SEAT, , 

SEAVER, Ebenezer, 
SEDGWICK, Theodore, 
SELFRIDGE, Thomas D. 



SERGEANT, Christoph 


er, 


36 


SERGEANT, Orlando. 




36 


SESSIONS, Alexander 




92 


SEWALL. - 


121 


SEWAXL, David, 


18. 


31, 108 


SEWALL, Henry, 


30 




SEWALL, John, 


62 




SEWALL, Joseph, 


60 




SEWALL, Samuel, 


36 




SEWAXL, Daniel, 


55 




SEWELL, David, 


61 




SEWELL, Dummer, 


17, 


58, 59 


SEWELL, Henry, 


61, 


89 


SEWELL, Samuel, 


31 




SEVER, William, 


40, 


89 


SEVEY, Samuel, 


60 




SEXTON, Judah, 


52 




SHANNON, , 


121. 




SHARP, Steven, 


4 




SHAW, Amos, 


41 




SHAW, Benjamin, 


22 




SHAW, James, 


58 




SHAW, Jonathan, 


44, 


103 


SHAW, Joshua, 


11 




SHAW, Mason, 


65 




SHAW, Oakes, 


78 




SHAW, Philander, 


78 




SHAW, Robert G. 


101 




SHAW, Willaira, 


19, 


77 


SHEAFFE, James, 


104 




SHED, Joseph, 


20 




SHED, Oliver, 


64 




SHEPARD, John, 


61 




SHEPARD, Joseph, 


91 




SHEPARD, Levi, 


51 




SHEPARD, Timothy, 


5 




SHEPARD, William, 


31. 


105 


SHEPARD, Cha. 


68 




SHEPARD, Samuel, 


80 




SHERBOURNE, William, 


32 



SHERBOURNE, John S. 108 
SHERBOURNE, William, 24, 32 
SHERBOURNE, Wm. 98 
SHERWIN, Elnatham, 12, 96 
SHIRLEY, William, 2 
SHURTLIFF, James, 
SHUTE, Benjamin , 
SHUTE, Daniel, 
SHUTE, Samuel, 
SHUTTLEWORTH, Jeremiah, 
SIGOURNEY, John R. 98 

SILK, , 

SIMMONS, William, 
SIWONDS, Joseph, 
SIMONDS. William, 
SIMPKINS, John, 
SIMPKINS, DEACON John, 
SIMPSON. George, 
SIMPSON, James, 
SINGLETON, George, 
SITGREAVES, John, 
SKIFF, Ebenerer, 
SKINNER, Tomp. J. 
SKINNER, Tompson J 
SKINNER, HON. Tompson J. 3 
SKINNER, MAJOR Tompson J. jun 
SKIPWTTH, Fulwar, 111 
SUCK, , 120 



11 

62 

75 

2 



119 

107 

5 

5 

78 



117 



28 



113 

97 

109 

67 
53 
52, 53, 89 



89 



in bK i 



SUCK 


Ellphalet. 


«»5 




SPOOtOTK. Ephraim. 




kO 


SUCK 


, John, 


5 




SPOOWER, John, 






SUDE 


, Philip. 


78 




SPOONER, G«th, 


. 


kk 


SLOAN 


, Samuel, 


90 




SPOONER, W«lt«r, 2nd. 




45 


SLOCirM, Klr*7.«r. 


52 




SPOONER. William, 


26, 


.. 102 


SLOCIIM , Elihu. 


44 




SPOONER, DR. William, 


26 




SLOCIIM, Ellhu. 2nd 


44 




1 , Joseph, 


36 




SLOCIIM, Holder. 


7 




SPRAGUE. Nathan, 


60 




SMALL 


, Joshua, 


56 




SPRAGUE, ieth, 


7 




SMALL 


, Joshua, Jun 


. 56 




SPRAGUE, William. 


U9 




SMEAD 


David, 


51 




SPRI0O, Richard. 


106 




SMEAD 


, Solomon, 


51 




SPRING. 


ui. 


L22 


SMELUOE. Joseph, 


79 




. Samuel, 


76. 


85 


SMILEY, Junes, 


27 




SPRING. REV. Samuel, 


28 




SKILIE, John. 


105 




SPRINGS, 


123 




SMITH 




120, 


123 


SPROUT, James, 


kk, 


66 


SMITH 


Abijah, 


62 




SPURR. John, 


90 




SMITH 


Benjamin, 


U6, 


52 


STAGEY, Nymphaa, 


60 




SMITH 


David, 


6. 


51 


5TACKPOLE. James, Jun 




61 


SMITH 


David, jun. 


15 




3TAC, Benjamin, 


' 37 




SMI^H 


, Eben, 


9* 




STAINKORD. Jeremiah, 


37 




SMITH 


, Ebenezer, 


80 




STANFORD, Richard, 


106 




SMITH 


Elaphalet, 


73. 


83 


STANLEY, John, 


106 




SMITH 


, Enos , 


7° 




STAN~ON, Joseph, 


105 




SMITH 


Ephraim, 


91 




STANWOOD, William, 


73 




SHITH 


Etra, 


73 




STARKWKATHER, Ephr. 


kh 




SMITH 


Henry, 


81 




STARKWEATHER, Etra, 




14. 51 


SMITH 


Hezekiah, 


28 




".^ARKWEATHER, Oliver, 


kk 




SMITH 


, I.I. 


75 




STARKWr ;■ ' , William 


. 54 




SMITH 


Isaac, Jun 




100 


ST. CUIR. Arthur. 


115. 


118 


SMITH 


REV. Isaac, 


71 




STEARNES, . 


123 




SMITH 


Israel, 


105 




STEARNS, Asahel, 


•> 




SMITH 


James, 


6 




STEARNS, Charles. 


71 




SMITH 


Jeremiah, 


107 




STEARNS. Isaac. 


- 




SMITH 


John, 


44, 


78. 07, 105, 108 


STEARNS, Jonas, 


50 




SMITH 


John Cotton 




105 


STEARNS, Josiah, 


31 




SMITH 


John K. 


58 




STEARNS, HON. Josiah, 


3 




SMITH 


John W. 


16 




STEARNS, Samuel. 


76 




SMITH 


Jonathan, 


37. 


78, 91 


STEARNS, William, 


V; 




SMITH 


Jonathan, jun. 




STEBBINS, Josiah, 




69. 73 


SMITH 


Joseph, 


41 




S7EDKAN. Willaim. 


"»7, 


48. 67 


SMITH 


Josiah, 


22. 


U, 105 


STEELE, John. 


106. 


115 


SMITH 


Jotham, 


62 




STEPHENS, John, 


k 




SMITH 


Manasseh, 


69 




STERIJM'., Moses, 


' 1 




SMITH 


MRS. Mary Lynde, 


29 


STETSON, Snow, 


kl 




SMITH 


Moses, 


16. 


49 


STEVENS, , 


119. 


120 


SMITH 


Nathaniel, 


102 




STEVENS, John H. 


76 




SMITH 


MR. Nathaniel, 


27 


STEVENS, Levi, 


43 




SMITH 


Preserved, 


80 




STEVENS. William. 


10O 




SMITH 


Robert, 


86. 


107 


STEVENSON, Henry, 


23 




SMITH 


Samuel , 


^5. 


106 


STEVENSON, Thomas, 


99 




SMITH 


MRS. Samuel 


29 




STEVF'.'S^S', William, 


\6, 


>2 


SMITH 


Stephen, 


87, 


116 


STEWARD, Antinas, 


79 




SMITH 


William, 


19. 


24, 27. 32. 99. 101 


STEWART, John, 


105 




SNELL 


Ehenezer, 


51 




STICKNEY, John, 


9k 




SNELL 


Iffachar, 


41 




STILLMAN, MRS. DR. 


29 




SMELL 


Thomas, 


77 




STILLMAN, Georre, 


'-'. 


64, 00 


SMELL] 


'MG, Jonathan 




101 


STILLMAN, Samuel, 


28. 


74 


SHELL] 


NO, Josiah, 


98 




STILLMAN, Samuel, D.D 




20 


SNOW, 




119 




STILLMAN, DR. Samuel, 




27 


SHOW, 


Anthony, 


^3 




STIMPSON, Jeremy. 


39 




SNOW, 


Daniel, 


41 




STINSON, "nomas, 


>; 




SNOW, 


E. 


82 




STINSON, Wm. 


32 




SNOW, 


Ephraim, 


17 




STOCKBRIDGS, David. 


U 




SNOW, 


Jonathan, 


*3. 


94 


STOCKER, Ebeneier, 


2k 




SNOW, 


Silvanus, 


42 




STOCKTON. John, 


110 




SODER5 


5TR0M, Richard, 


1U» 


STOCKWELL, . 


123 




SOMES, 


John, 


23 




STODDARD. John, 


52 




SOPER 


Oliver, 


<*5 




STODDARD. S. 


67 




SOUTH/ 


iRD, , 


105 




STODDARD. Solomon, 


51 




SOUTHf 


rATE, Robert, 


57 




STONE. , 


120. 


122. 123 


SPAFFC 


)RD. , 


120 




STONE. Ambrose, 


93 




SPAFEf 


IRD, Moody, 


<*. 


36 


STONE, Daniel, 


32 




SPARK, 


LWK, E. 


77 




STONE, REV. Daniel. 


10 




sparh; 


MX, Samuel, 


39 




STONE. David. 


104 




SPARH/ 


tWK, Thos. S. 


69 




STONE, Ebenerer, 


95 




SPARRC 


fit, Isaac, 


42 




STONE. Eliah, 


"■ 




SPARRC 


V, John, 


94 




STONE, Ethan, 


68 




SPARRC 


M, Jonathan, 


58 




STONE, Isaac, 


,~ 




SPARRC 


W, Josiah, 


*»3 




STONE, John, 


38. 


100 


SPARRC 


V, Richard, 


7 




STONE, John, jun. 


39 




SPAULT 


UNO, Joshua, 


76 




STONE, Leonard, 


8 




SPA11LT 


IING, Josiah, 


79 




STONE. Mlcah, 


77 




SPEAR, 


Gershon, 


21 




STONE. Nathan, 


-■ 




SPENfl! 


R, Walter, 


31 




STONE. Nathaniel, 


81. 




SPOOMI 


;R, Alden, 


8. 


kk 


STONE. Silvanus. 


k2 





1*5 



INDEX 



STORES, Charles, 33 

STORER, Ebenezer, 28, 70 

STORER, John, 55 

STORER, Joseph, 116 

STORER, Woodbury, 3. 24, 57, 73 

STCRRS, R.S. 79 

STORY, Elisha, 4 

STORY, Isaac, 67, 76 

STORY, Joseph, 65 

STOUGHTON, Don Juan, 114 

STOUGHTON, John, 54 

STOUGHTON, Thomas, 114 

STOUGHTON, William, 2 

STOW, Ebenezer, 80 

STOWELL, Daniel, 58 

STREET, John, 112 

STRICKLAND, John, 82 

STRONG, , 123 

STRONG, Ashbel, 53, 68 

STRONG, Caleb, 88, 118 

STRONG, Caleb, FSQ. 3 

STRONG, Hezek. W. 67 

STRONG, Jonathan, 75 

STRONG, REV. Jonathan, 28 

STRONG, Jos. 80 

STRONG, Joseph, jun. 79 

STRONG, Simeon, 31. 51 

STRONG, Simeon, jun. 67 

STRONG, Theod. 68 

STUBBS, Ephraim, 63 

STURDEVANT, Isaac, 57 

STURGIS, Russell, 24, 98, 99 

SULLIVAN, James, 31. 64, 110 

SULLIVAN, James, HON. 27, 28, 29, 30 

SULLIVAN, Richard, 65 

SULLIVAN, William, 29, 32, 65, 110 

SUMNER, BENJAMIN, 97 

SUMNER, Charles P. 65 

SUMNER, Increase, 2 

SUMNER, Jof. jun. 4Q 

SUMNER, Joseph, 77 

SUMNER, Samuel, 98 

SUMPTER, Thomas, 106 

SUMTER, Thomas, jun. Ill 

SWAN. John, 22 

SWAN, Robert, jun. 91 

SWAN, Samuel, 38, 88, 117 

SWAN, William, 60, 61 

SWARTWOUT, John, 108 

SWAZEY, , 121 

SWAZEY, Nathaniel, 4 
SWEETFER, Benjamin, 91 

SWEETSER, , 123 

SWEETSER, John, 99 
SWETT, Hoses, 81 
SWIFT, Foster, 18, 44, 117 
SWIFT, DR. Foster, 27 
SWIFT, Jonathan, 114 
SWIFT, Joseph, 24 
SWIFT, Seth, 80, 85 

SWITCHER, , 120 

SYKES, , 122 

SYMMES, John Cleves, 115 
SYMMES. William, 57, 73, 75 
SYMMES, William, jun, 68, 110 
SYMONDS, John, 49 
SYMONDS, Jonathan, 49 
SYMONDS, Samuel, 2 
TACHER, Thomas, 93 
TAFT, Bezaleel, 3, 48 
TAFT, Frederick, 49 
TAGGART, Samuel, 79 
TAILER, William, 2 
TALLIAFERR0, Benjamin, 106 
TALLIAFERR0, John, 106 
TALIMAN, Peleg, 11 
TALMADGE, Benjamin, 105 
TANEY, Francis L. 112 
TAPPAN, David, 70 
TAPPAN, REV. David, 28 
TATTNALL, Josiah, Jr. 118 
TAYLOR, Daniel, 54 
TAYLOR, Edward, 52 
TAYLOR, Ezra, 48 
TAYLOR, George Keith, 107 
TAYLOR, James, 6, 51 
TAYLOR, John, 6, 67. 79 



TAYLOR, John, jun. 89 

TAYLOR, Joseph, 25 

TAYLOR, Samuel, 51 

TAYLOR, Silas, 39 

TAYLOR, Trowb. 50 

TAYLOR, Trowbridge, 8 
TAZEWELL, Littleton W. 106 

TENNY, Samuel, 105 

THACHER, David, 42 

TEACHER, George, 68 

THACHER, John, 43 

THACHER, John, 43 

THACHER, Josiah, 43 

THACHER, Peter, 29, 74 

THACHER, REV. Peter, 28 

THACHER, Samuel, 73 

THACHER, Thomas, 75 

THACHER, Thomas C. 76 

THATCHER, , 119 

THATCHER, George, 31 

THATCHER, Peter, 85 

THATCHER, Peter, jun. 65 

THATCHER, REV. DR. 3 

THATCHER, Samuel, 11, 69 

THAXTER,. Henry, 86 

THAXTER, Joseph, ?8, 86 

THAYER, Ebenezer, 4, 31, 34 

THAYER, Elisha, 35 

THAYER, Enoch W. 68 

THAYER, Gideon L. 65 

THAYER, Nathaniel, 22, 77 

THAYER, Samuel M. 89 

THAYER, Stephen, 90 

THOMAS, Charles, 94 

THOMAS. David, 105 

THOMAS, Ichabod 61 

THOMAS, Isaiah, 48 

THOMAS, Kohn, 18, 93 

THOMAS, Joseph, 68 

THOMAS, Joshua, 20, 40, 56, 66, 102 

THOMAS, HON, Joshua, 103 

THOMAS, Moses, 49 

THOMAS, Nehamiah, 78 

THOMAS, Robert B. 49 

THOMAS, Waterm. 59 

THOMAS, Waterman, 58 

THOMPSON, , 121, 123 

THOMPSON, Abijah, 40, 92 

THOMPSON, Artemas, 54 

THOMPSON, C. 78 

THOMPSON, Cornelius, 97 

THOMPSON, Edward, 58 

THOMPSON, Ezek. 59 

THOMPSON, Ezekiel, 60 

THOMPSON, Isaac, 14, 40 
THOMPSON, HON. Isaac, 3 

THOMPSON, Joel, 96 

THOMPSOM, Jonathan, 39 

THOMPSON, Josiah, 41 

THOMPSON, Otis, 78 

THOMPSON, Philip R. 106 

THOMPSON, Samuel, 38, 58 

THOMPSON, Thos. 58 

THOMPSON, William, 57 

THOMPSON, Wa. 39, 57 

THOMSON, James, 80 

THOMSON, John, 80 

THOMSON, Zebediah, 7 

THORNTON. Edward, 113 

THORNTON, T.G. 56 

THRASHER, Ebenezer, 57 

THURBER, Laban, 77 

THURSTEN, Benjamin, 73 

THURSTON, Daniel, 36 

THURSTON, David, 62 
THURSTON, MRS. Elizabeth, 20 

THURSTON, Nathaniel, 4, 36 

THURSTON, William, 65 

THWING, James, 22 

THWING, Nathaniel, 58, 59 

TIBBETS, Samuel, 60 

TICHENOR, Isaac, 118 

TICKNOR, Elisha, 24 

TILDEN, David, 3, 32, 98 

TILESTON, John, 98 

TILESTONE, John, 101 

TILGHMAN, Wm. 107 






i nxi 



nLLXNQHAST, Nicholas. 


44, 


66 






TILLINGHAST, Thomas. 


105 








TIL PON, Daniel, 


115 








TILTON, Nathan, 


81 








TINl.LEY, Pelatiah, 


81 








T T NKIIAM, John, 


7 








TTNKHAM. Seth, 


00 








TISDALE, James, 


i* 








TITCOMB. Renaiah, 


36 








TITCOHB, nenj. 


81 








TTTCOMR, Enoch, 


3. 


36 






TITCOVR, Jonathan, 


86 








TITCOMB, Joseph. 


11 








TITCOKR. Samuel, 


61 








TTTCOKB, Stephen, 


61 








TITUS, Eb.-nezer, 


45 








TOBEY, Apollos, 


7. 


44 






TOBEY, Samuel, 


43. 


44. 


61 




TOBEY, William, 


16 








TODD, Asa, 


80 








TODD, Dudley, 


69 








TODD. John C. 


64 








TODD, William, 


21 








TOINNER, , 


120, 








TOMBE, Samiel 


76 








TOWLINSON. Daniel, 


77 








TPURO, Abraham, 


25 








TOWN, Benjamin, 


91 








TOWNE, Ephraim, 


62 








TOWNF., Salem, 


3, 


47 






TOWNE, Sylvanus, 


8, 


48 






TOWNER. William, 


0, 


53. 


90 




TOWNSF.ND, , 


119. 


120 






TOWNSEND, Andrew, 


99 








TOWNSEND, DR. D. 


17 








TOWNSEND, David. 


18. 


102 






TOWNSEND, Horatio, 


33. 


3^. 


110 




TOWNSEND, Moses, 


25 








TOWNSEND, Robert, 


49 








TRACEY, David, 


96 








TRACEY, John, 


1-: 








TRACY, John, 


18 








""RACY, COLONEL John, 


88 








TRAOV, Stephen, 


80 








TRACY, Uriah, 


104 








TRAFTON, Joshua. 


56 








TR^ADWELL, 


121 








TREADWELL, John, 


IS 


35. 


36 




TREADWELL, HON. John, 


3 








TREAT, Robert, 


96 








TRESCOTT, Lemuel. 


64 








TRIPP, John, 


82 








TROTT, George, 


99 








TRUMBULL, Jonathan, 


118 








TRUMBULL, Joseph, 


48 








TUCK, William, 


36. 


87 






TUCKER, Renjamin, 


44, 


101 






TUCKER, Ichabod, 


37, 


65 






TUCKER, John, 


31. 


32. 


91 




niCKER, Joseph, 


17. 


55. 


87, 116 




TUOKERMAN, Abr. 


99 








TUCKERMAN, Edward, 


24, 


99 






TUCKERMAN, Joseph. 


75 








TUDOR, William, 


3. 


29. 


32. 64, 


110 


TUDOR, William, ESQ. 


19. 


20. 


27 




TUFTS, Cotton, 


26 


. 34 






1URELL, Joseph, 


37 








TURNER, Amos, 


91 








TURNER, Caleb, 


77 








TURNER, Charles, 


31, 


40, 


41 




TURNER, Charles, jun. 


93 








TURNER, Elijah, 


7. 


41 






TURNER, Israel, 


48 








TURNER, Job, 


41 








TURNER, John, 


41. 


57, 


80 




TURNER, Lemuel, 


41 








TURNER, Nathaniel, 


80 








TURNER, Thomas, 


107 








TURRELL, MR. Saimiel, 


29 








TWIST, Solomon, 


100 








TWITCHELL, Eira, 


56 








TYLER, George, 


17. 


62 






TYLER, Joseph, 


13. 


62 






TYLER, othniel, 


66 








TYNG, Dudley Atkins. 


86 








ULMER, , 


122 









"!>"•*, .-or*". 


62 




HOOD, -ph. 


V> 




UNDERWOOD, Nathan, 


98 




UPHAM. Edward. 


67 




UPHAM, G«orge B. 


105 




'IPHAM, Jabet, 


■ . 


67 


K, Benjaeln. 


3'< 




H, Daniel P. 






UPTOWN, 


120 




VALKK, Adrian, 


114 




VAN CORTLAND, P. 


105 




VANDERRimOH. Henry, 


115 




VANDKRM0RST, Kllas, 


111 




VANE 1 \ • , IIR, 


2 




VAN '(ADEN, , 


123 




VAN NESS, John P. 


105 




VAN POUNEN, R.O. 


114 




VAN RENSSELAER, Y.Y 


105 


VAN SCHAACK. H-rirv. 




53 


VARNUM, John, 


" 




VARNUM, Joseph ». 


'•'. 


38. 92, 105 


VARNUM, Parker. 


'- 




VAUOHAN, Charles. 


10 




VAUGMAN, George E. 


3. 


•- 


VERENOCK, James F. 


114 




VERRV. William. 


45 




VILLALOBUS, Antonio 


Argote. 114 


VINAL, William. 


13. 


62 


VINING. Ebenezer. 


79 




VOSE, . 


119. 




VOSE, Henry. 


98 




VOSE, Solonon, 




15. 67 


WADE, Edward, 


'■■ 




WADE. Nathaniel, 


4, 


36. 37 


WADKINS, Gilbert, 


96 




WADSW0RTH, RE/. Ben 


jamin 


70, 75 


WADSW0RTH. Peleg, 


105 




WAGNER, Jacob, 


106 




WAIT, Stephen, 


26 




WAITE, Asa, 


-. 




WAITE, John, 


58. 


-1 


WALES, . 


119 




WALES, Ephraim, 


V* 




WALES, Oliver, 


> 




WALKER, Benjamin, 


105 




WAIJCER, John, 


38 




WALKER, Josiah, 


6 




WALKER, Lowell, 


h7 




WAIJCER. Richard, 


1" 




WALKER, Robert, 


9* 




WALKER, -"imoth. 


38 




WALKER, William, 


5T. 




WALUCE, John, 


113 




WALLEV. Thomas. 


22 




WALLING^ORD, G.W. 


68 




WALUS, Joseph. 


97 




WALIASTON, Frederick, H. 


113 


WALTON, John, 


39 




WARD, , 


123 




WARD, Artemas, 


38. 


'' 


WARD. Hezekiah, 


.- 




WARD, Ithamar. 


... 




WARD, Jona, 


92 




WARD. Joseph, 


30 




WARD, Obadiah, 


54 




WARD, Richard, 


y 




WARD. Samuel. 


-, 


48 


WARD, Thomas W. 


.- 




WARD, Thos. W. 


.. J 




WARDEN, Peter, jun 


, 96 




WARDELL, Jeremiah, 


•• 




WARE. George, 


U4 




WARE. DR. George, 


27 




WARE. Henry, 


75 




WARE, Jainis, 


^s 




WARE, Joseph, 


35 




WARE, Samuel, jun. 


51 




WARNER, , 


123 




WARNER, Jonathan, 


18. 


31, 4" 1 


WARNER, William. 


58 




WARREN. Daniel. 


,. 




WA°REN, Ebeneier, 


)1 


14 


WARREN, George. 


58 




WARREN. Henry. 


3 


16, 41 


WARREN. James, 


Jl 




WARREN. James, jun. 


» 





INDEX 



14? 



WARREN, John 


26, 


30, 71, 102 


WARREN, John, M.D. 


20 




WARREN, Moses 


79 




WARRINGER, Gad 


92 




WASHBURN, Ebenezer 


41 




WASHBURN, James 


66 




WASHBURNE, Joseph 


40 




WASHBURN, Seth 


44 




WASHINGTON, Bushard 


107 




WATERHOUSE, Benjamin 


26, 


71 


WATERMAN, --- 


123 




WATERMAN, Asa 


41 




WATERMAN, Foster 


54 




WATERMAN, Samuel 


16, 


41, 42 


WATE1MAN, Joth. 


78 




WATERS, — 


U9, 


120 


WATERS, Cornelius 


76 




WATERS, Daniel 


95 




WATERS, Josiah 


70 




WATERS, Samuel 


77 




WATSON, George 


97 




WATSON, William 


40, 


87 


WATTOY'S, -- 


121 




WAUGH, James 


61 




WEBB, — 


120, 


121, 122 


WEBB, Benjamin 


60 




WEBB, Benjamin, Capt. 


35 




WEBB, James 


94 




WEBB, Mr. Nathan 


29 




WEBB, Rufus 


101 




WEBB, William 


87 




WEBBER, Samuel 


26, 


70 


WEBSTER, Josiah 


75 




WEBSTER, Nathl. 


81 




WEBSTER, Redford 


99 




WEBSTER, Dr. Redford 


29 




WEBSTER, Stephen 


93 




WEDGERY, William 


57 




WEEKS, Jonathan 


5 




WEEKS, Samuel 


81 




WELCH, Dr. Thomas 


26, 


98 


WELD, Benjamin 


86 




WELD, Ezra 


75, 


85 


WELD, Rev. Ezra 


28 




WELLES, Arnold 


22, 


24 


WELLES, Arnold jun. 


q 7, 


101 


WELLES, John 


23. 


99 


WELLES, W.H. 


104 




WELLS, -- 


121, 


123 


WELLS, Arnold, jun, Esq 20 




WELLS, Daniel 


93 




WELLS, Henry 


6 




WELLS, John 


52 




WELLS, Nathaniel 


10 


, 31, 54, 55 


WELLS, Rufus 


80 




WELLS, S. 


78 




WELLS, Seth 


86 




WELLS, William 


101 




WELSH, Thomas 


102 




WELSH, Dr. Thomas 


101 




WELSON, — 


122 




WENDELL, Oliver 


H 




WENDELL, Hon. Oliver 


3, 


23, 28, 70 


WENTWORTH, T.M. 


56 




WERDEN, Peter 


80 




WEST, Benjamin, Capt. 


25 




WEST, Mrs. Dt. 


29 




WEST, John 


I, 


125 


WEST, John S. 


109 




WEST, S. 


80 




WEST, Samuel 


28, 


74, 85 


WEST, Dr. Samuel 


27 




WEST, Rev. Samuel 


101 




WEST, Stephen 


71, 


85 


WESTON, Eli 


96 




WESTON, Isiah 


78 




WESTON, Nathan 


12 




WESTON, Samuel 


61 




WETHERBY, --- 


119 




WETMORE, William 


62, 


69, 110 


WETMORE, Wm. Jun. 


65 




WEYER, William 


91 




WEYETH, Jonas 


92 




WHEATON, Daniel 


44, 


66 


WHEATON, Joseph 


45 





WHEATON, Laban 


44 


66 


WHEATON, Mason 


60 




WHEELEN, Israel 


107 




WHEELER, Asa 


49 




WHEELER, Benjamin 


9 




WHEELER, George 


97 




WHEELER, Gideon 


9, 


53 


WHEELER, Robert 


90 




WHEELER, Saml. H. 


68 




WHEELER, Theophilus 


16, 


47, 48 


WHEELER, William 


100 




WHEELER, W.W. 


78 




WHEELOCK, Aaron 


49 




WHEEL0CK, Josiah 


95 




WHEELWRIGHT, Samuel 


86 




WHETCOMB, Asa 


48 




WHIPPLE, James jun. 


50 




WHIPPLE, Joseph 


102 




WHIPPLE, Dr. Josiah 


26 




WHITAKER, Jona. 


75 




WHITCOMB, E. 


81 




WHITCOMB, Jona. 


39 




WHITCOMB, Jonathan 


48 




WHITCOMB, Moses 


92 




WHITE, — 


123 




WHITE, Adonijah 


45 




WHITE, Asa 


4, 


34 


WHITE, Asaph 


51 




WHITE, Benjamin 


99, 


100 


WHITE, Daniel Appleton 


71 


WHITE, James 


20 




WHITE, John 


39, 


90 


WHITE, Joseph 


49 




WHITE, Joshua 


41 




WHITE, Levi 


80 




WHITE, Micah 


42 




WHITE, Moses 


48 




WHITE, Obediah 


100 




WHITE, Roger 


45 




WHITE, Samuel 


99, 


104 


WHITE, Samuel, jun. 


37 




WHITE, Thomas 


34 




WHITE, William 


51, 


86 


WHITING, --- 


54, 


119, 120, 123 


WHITING, John 


34, 


68, 90 


WHITING, Mason 


68 




WHITING, Nathan 


39 




WHITING, Paul 


48 




WHITING, Samuel 


53 




WHITING, Timothy 


48 




WHITING, William 


34 




WHITING, Wm. P. 


65 




WHITMAN, --- 


124 




WHITMAN, Benjamin 


41, 


66, 103, 110 


WHITMAN, Charles 


5 




WHITMAN, Ezekiel 


69 




WHITMAN, Kilbom 


15 




WHITMAN, Kilbom 


7, 


40, 41, 66 


WHITMAN, Levi 


78 




WHITMAN, Samuel 


79 




WHITMARSH, Matthew 


45 




WHITMARSH, Rufus 


7 




WHITMORE, Danl. 


51 




WHITNEY, 


123, 


124 


WHITNEY, Daniel 


5, 


31, 38 


WHITNEY, Elisha 


36 




WHITNEY, Jonas 


9 




WHITNEY, Joshua 


49 




WHITNEY, Nath. R. 


38 




WHITNEY, Nicho. B. 


75 




WHITNEY, Peter 


75, 


77 


WHITNEY, Phineas 


76 




WHITNEY, Thomas 


38 




WHITNEY, Timothy 


54 




WHITON, Israel 


48 




WHITON, Joseph 


9, 


54 


WHITTEMORE, — 


124 




WHITTEMORE, Samuel 


87 




WHITTIER, — 


122 




WHITTIER, Thomas 


12 




WHITWELL, Benjamin 


61, 


69 


WHITWELL, Mrs. Sen. 


29 




WICHELHAUSEN, Freder 


ick J 


. 112 


WIGHT, David, jun. 


48 




WIGHTMAN, Jesse 


80 








WII.BER, 


Aaa 


83 






Wll.li, Daniel 


97 






will), Deacon Daniel 


28 






WILD, Ellaha 


97 






WILD, Jacob 


55 






Will), Samuel S. 


69 






UI1.DE, S 


amuel S. 


61, 


73 




WILDER, 


Abel 


51, 


93 




WILDER, 


James 


95 






WILDER, 


John 


78 






WILDER, 


Nathaniel 


41 






WILKINS, 


Solomon 


91 






WILKINSON, Oliver 


52 






WILLARD, 





120, 


124 




WII.LARD, 


lacob 


8, 


48 




WILLARD, 


John 


108 






WILLARD, 


fosapti 


25, 


27 




WILLARD, 


Rev. Joseph 


70, 


76, 


85 


WILLARD, 


Rev. Samuel 


70 






WILLARD, 


Sidney 


71 






WILLI .VMS 


, 


120, 


122 


, 124 


WILLIAMS 


, Ablel 


77 






WILLIAMS 


, Benjamin 


44, 


118 




WILLIAMS 


, Eleazer 


50 






WILLIAMS 


, EltJ. 


53 






WILLIAMS 


, Elisha 


58, 


81 




WILLIAMS 


, Eph. 


68 






WILLIAMS 


, Ephraim 




15, 


52, 54 


WILLIAMS 


, Ephram 


9 






WILLIAMS 


, G.T. 


76 






WILLIAMS 


, Henry 


79 






WILLIAMS 


, Henry H. 


33 






WILLIAMS 


, H.H. 


J 3 






WILLIAMS 


, James 


43, 


44 




WILLIAMS, 


, John 


51, 


65, 


93 


WILLI /VMS, 


, John C. 


17, 


53, 


67, 68 


WILLIAMS, 


, John 5 . 


65 






WILLIAMS, 


, Joseph 


51 






WILLI /VMS, 


, Capt. Joseph 


20 






WILLIAMS, 


, Colonel Jose 


ph 


B8 




WILLIAMS, 


, Justice, jun 


. 52 






WILLIAMS, 


, Lem 


44 






WILLIAMS, 


i Lemuel 


105 






WILLIAMS, 


, Robert 


106 






WILLIAMS, 


, s. 


80 






WILLIAMS, 


i Simeon 


7 r > 






WILLIAMS, 


i Thomas Jun. 


16, 


34, 


110 


WILLIAMS, 


Thos. jun. 


65 






WILLIAMS, 


Timothy 


24 






WILLIAMS, 


William 


53, 


75 




WILLIAMS, 


Rev. William 


28 






WILLIAMS, 


William S. 


51 






WILLING, 


Thomas 


22 






WILLINGTON, --- 


120, 


122 




WILLINCTON, Jeduthun 


5, 


39, 


92 


WILLIS, E 


lenjamin 


40 






WILLIS, Jirah 


44 






WILLIS, Nathan 


41 






WILLIS, William 


112 






WILLIS, Z 


.ephaniah 


", 


B5 




WILLISTON 


1, P. 


79 






WILLOUGIIBY, Francis 


2 






WILSON, Edward 


ia 






WILSON, John 


63 






WILSON, Joseph 


111 






WILSON, N 


a thaniel 


94 






WINCHESTER, James 


108 






WINCATE, 


Joseph 


61 






WINSHIP, 


Jos i ah 


82 






WINS LOW, 


Edward 


2 






WINSLOW, 


Ephraim 


^ 






WINSLOW, 


John 


69, 


89, 


98, 99 


WINSLOW, 


Brigadier- 








General John 


97 






WINSLOW, 


Josiah 


2 






WINTER, F 


rancis 


59 






WINTHROP, 


James 


37, 


38 




WINTHROP, 


Hon. James 


29 






WINTHROP, 


John 


2 






WINTHROP, 


Joseph 


114 






WINTHROP, 


Thomas L. 


30 






WINTHROP, 


William 


38 






WISEMAN, 


Joseph 


114 






WITHERELL 


» --- 


119 






WITHERELL 


, John 


94 







WI1HINGT0N, E, it. 
WITTIER, Iiaac 
WOART, William 
UOLCOTT, Oliver 
WOOD, --- 
WOOD, Aaron 
WOOD, Abel 
WOOD, Ablel 
WOOD, Benjamin 
WOOD, Daniel 
WOOD, Elijah 
WOOD, Ephraim 
WOOD, Ezra, )un. 
WOOD, Cabrt.l 
WOOD, Joseph 
WOOD, Lemuel 
WOOD, Peter 
WOOD, Samuel 
WOOD, Silas 
WOOD, Wilkes 
WOODARD, --- 
WOODBRIDCE, J. 
WOODBRIDCE, Joseph 

WOODBRIDCE, R. 
WOODBURY, Jacob B. 
WOODMAN, John 
WOODS, Benjamin 
WOODS, Henry 
WOODS, Leonard 
WOODS, Sampson 
WOODWARD, E. 
WOODWARD, John 
WOODWARD, S. 
WOOLBR1DCE, Rugglea 
WORCESTER, S. 
WORTHINCTON, THOMAS 
WRIGHT, Daniel 

WRICHT, Ebenezer 
WRICHT, Francis 
WRICHT, Mr. Francis 

WRIGHT, Ithamar 
WRICHT, Josh»a 
WRICHT, Luther 
WRICHT, Phlneas 
WRIGHT, Zaccheus 
WYER, --- 
WYER, Robert 
WYER, Robert, jun. 
WYER, William 
WYMAN, --- 
WYMAN, Hezekiah 
WYMAN, Seth 
WYMAN, Stephen 
YALE, Joslah 
YOUNG, Benjamin 
YOUNG, David 
YOUNC, Ezra 
YOUNG, Joshua 
YOUNC, Moses 
YOUNG, William 
YZNARDI, Joseph, ju 
ZEICLER, Ceorce 



35 
91 
24 
107 
123 
<i9 
95 

59, 90 
77 

M 

62 

37, 38 

48, 94 
113 

16, 36, 37, 46 

37 

39 

61 

62 

41, 66 
120 

67 

68 

52 

95 

10, 55 
109 

39, 89, 105 

76 

39, 89 

48 

38 

6 

77 

115 
51 
V. 
18 
21 
49 
47 
75 

77 
V- 

121 

19 
100 
116 
124 

60 

95 

40 

54 

91 

92 

63 

75 
112 
9, 54 
n. 112 

18